If you are coding in VIM, Tabs are simply the way to be. This was you can mek your code readable to anyone that can use VIM. What I mean by this, is say I like 2 and you like 4 space indentions. All you have to do in vim to see my file the way you like yours to show is
and BAM! Long as we both use
VIM VIM VIM!!!
TABS TABS TABS!!!
They both get my vote ;)
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