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Old 03-13-2013, 05:41 PM   #5
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Default Re: Python "if" problem

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Originally Posted by celegorm View Post
That's actually the reason why I and most companies I've done work with require people to set their editors to put 4 spaces in place of a tab character. That way multiple people can work on a file and not have any issues of compatibility due to how one system interpreted the tab.
This - use spaces rather than tabs. Pretty much all IDEs I know of are set to do this by default (the tab key inserts 4 spaces) for this reason, even if the language isn't reliant on indentation it still makes for much easier reading when you can open it anywhere and guarantee it'll look the same.
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