Lorenz wrote:On a second note, I am currently learning python, and may I say TAB please!!! I am used to programming in c and always use tab to indent the code... whover designe D python is simply evil.... and why no braquets (the squigly lines(I prmise(WHAT IS WRONG WITH MY TYPING TODAY) to think before I wrt-write now, scratch that "lines") ones).
I knew I should have quioted but the quote-trimming for bre vity felt too much like backspacing. Done anyway.
Having rered what I wrote I see that it wasn't that understandable even given the context of the quote. I meant that yeah, tabs and spaces, best thing to do is get your editor to worry about it. However, having to wrap a line using a backspace never gets comfortable. (Example:
result = map(lambda x: x**2, \
(dumb example, and range is a synonym of range is a synonym of randge, defined earlier in the file).)
Yeah, that us (up) there is bloody awful. vim doesn't do line wrapping very nicely oppp---maybe I should take my own advice and figure out how to make the editor make the problem go away.
Edit to add: That's
what it feels like! Writing without backspace feels like being very stoned, for me. I don't do it these days because it always felt like when I spoke I was throwing my words into a pit, and when I made a mistake or lost the thread I'd have to backdtrack and correct myself, which could entail more mistakes. So: yeah. Stoned typing is like wait what was I going to write here oh well here comes the full stop.