bignose+hates-spam at benfinney.id.au
Sat Jan 20 08:10:04 CET 2007
Vincent Delporte <justask at acme.com> writes:
> When I copy/paste Python code from the web, every so often, the TABs
> are wrong, which means that the code won't work and I have to
> manually reformat the code.
> Is there a code reformater that can parse the code to make it right?
Indentation is necessary for the syntax in Python. If that information
is lost, it can't be reliably recreated.
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