Newbie: unexpected indenting error

Mark Lawrence breamoreboy at yahoo.co.uk
Sun Jul 13 11:01:23 CEST 2014


On 13/07/2014 08:01, Martin S wrote:
> While coding a rating calculator I am using a for-loop within if-elif-else.
> When using the for-loop in the first if instance my editor accepts
> this, but when using the same for-loop within the elif instance it
> complain about "unexpected indent".
>
> Like so:
>
> def function(x):
>     if rdiff >=500:
>        for ....
>           [do stuff]
>     elif rdiff >=410:
>         for ...                      <== unexpected indent
>            [do other stuff]
>
>
> What the...? What am I doing wrong?
> (hopefully the indents translate; else def, if/elif, for and [dostuff]
> are indented)
>
> /Martin S
>

You've gone A Space Too Far.

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Mark Lawrence

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