On Sun, Feb 25, 2001 at 10:29:43PM -0600, Jon Nelson wrote:
> Eeek! You misunderstand the root problem here, I think.
> Python uses indent level to represent blocks. If those indent levels
> are different in different editors, you *change* what the program does.
> Unlike in C, where indentation doesn't matter, who cares? But with
> Python, it can be vital. You choose 8. So does wichert. I like 2 in python,
> 4 in everything else. Most of the Python community seems to prefer
> either 2 or 4, and rarely 8. So what? If it is done with spaces it is
> unimportant, but done with tabs it's vital.
What are you talking about? A TAB character is just ASCII-9 or control-I --
how many "spaces" a tab is is just an editor display function.
Adam McKenna <firstname.lastname@example.org> <email@example.com>