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Python Write Better Python Cleaner Code Indentation

Casey Huckel
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Casey Huckel
Courses Plus Student 4,257 Points

What's wrong with my indentation here?

Check my code. I can't see what's wrong with it. I've tried many different indentations.

starter.py
def small_function():
    return True


def bigger_function():
  a = 2
  b = 4
return a,b

4 Answers

one thing that is weird is that the return True line seems to be indented using a TAB, while you use spaces to indent the other lines.. try rewriting with consistent indentation.. but that return a,b line definitely needs to be indented at the same level as the two lines above it.. works fine for me when i indent that last line, btw

return a,b isn't inside the scope of the bigger_function method.. try indenting that line

Casey Huckel
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Casey Huckel
Courses Plus Student 4,257 Points

I had to use Tab instead of the space bar. Thanks David