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Ike Nwabara204 Points
I see that spacing is done when entering in strings for example (dessert+= '!' * 20) but I've noticed that it can be accepted this way as well (dessert+= '!'*20) so my question is is it best practice to space things out or does it not matter?
In that case, the spacing doesn't matter, but I think most people put spaces between math operators. Spacing matters more in Python later on when you learn functions and if statements.
Let me know if this helps!
Just gives it a much cleaner look