Python 2.7.6 help with white spaces?
dante.signal31 at gmail.com
Fri Feb 7 21:45:32 CET 2014
2014-02-07 6:55 GMT+01:00 Ben Finney <ben+python at benfinney.id.au>:
> Scott W Dunning <swdunning at cox.net> writes:
> > > * Please don't top-post. Trim the quoted material to the parts
> > > relevant for your response, and respond inline like a normal
> > > discussion.
> > Oh, ok sorry about that. Like this?
> Yes. You also need to preserve the attribution lines (the lines inserted
> for each quoted message like "Fred Nurk wrote:", or similar) at each
> level so we can see who wrote what.
> > > * Ensure that your message composer doesn't munge your text.
> > Anyway to check on my mail composer to see it it muges my text?
> You should consult the documentation for whatever you're using to
> compose a message, looking for things like "auto-correct" or anything
> else which suggests it will automatically change what you type.
> > Also should I erase everything else in the message that I'm not
> > responding to?
> Yes. All that should remain is the quoted text you're responding to, the
> attribution lines for whatever you've quoted, and what you write
> > Thanks for your advice.
> No problems, thanks for the effort!
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> Ben Finney
Just one more solution for original question, surely not the best but only
to cover all possibilities:
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