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On 2010-11-05, Ethan Furman <ethan at stoneleaf.us> wrote:
> The verifiable benefit for me is ease of use, ease of thought, ease of
> typing... I realize these are not benefits for everyone, but they are
> for some -- and I would venture a guess that the ease of thought benefit
> is one of the primary reasons Python is popular. I am definitely one of
> those that think indentation based structure is one of Python's best
Could you explain more the "ease of thought" thing? I haven't yet noticed
it, but it might be something to look out for as I get more experienced.
It certainly sounds like something that would be a benefit.
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