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Re: how to highlight block end in Python-mode indentation

From: Krishnakant
Subject: Re: how to highlight block end in Python-mode indentation
Date: Sun, 21 May 2017 21:28:03 +0530
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On Sunday 21 May 2017 08:15 PM, Yuri Khan wrote:
On Sun, May 21, 2017 at 8:46 PM, Krishnakant <address@hidden> wrote:

Just that I am myself blind and find managing tabs with screen readers more
convenient, but I am not against using any style.
yes you are correct about shorter code. Refactoring always goes on but there are tuns of Formula we have to use and the calculations are very complex involving lot of conditions.
But you are right about making the code compact.
It  is an evolving process.
Thanks to the wonderful power of Emacs for editing code, searching text jumping between functions and excelent regexp based searches, I find it very powerful when used with Emacspeak. As I write this reply, I am actually posting a blog on my experience and from a new point of view making it an easy entry point for programmers like me.
Will surely send you the link/
Happy hacking.

Okay, I honestly cannot comprehend how coding styles work for a blind
person. I do understand that a simple “End if” (or “for”, or
“function”) announcement will help in all but the simplest cases. And
I do believe you will benefit from shorter functions even more than
your sighted teammates.

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