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Re: Re: The One True Style of indentation:

by Juerd (Abbot)
on Apr 14, 2002 at 13:17 UTC ( #158926=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: The One True Style of indentation:
in thread The One True Style of indentation:

I'll use > for tab
>>>>

Wow. Are those four-tab indents? :)

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Re: Re: Re: The One True Style of indentation:
by Anonymous Monk on Apr 14, 2002 at 16:24 UTC
    Heh, no. I forsaw that reply, but was lazy and couldn't find a good phrase, and hoped people would realize that I meant "I'll use > as a filler for tab, and * as a filler for space". I'd seen it in some vim configurations so I figured it would be intuitive for at least some readers.

    Must editor's tab stop is set to 4, hence the four >s. I admit, it was a bit ambiguous. :)

    Cheers.

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