Python error IndentationError expected an indented block

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I am trying to execute the following python code:

def example(p,q):

a = p.find(" ")
b = q.find(" ")
str_p = p[0:a]
str_q = p[b+1:]

if str_p == str_q:
    result = True
else:
    result = False
return result

And I get the folloeing error:

IndentationError: expected an indented block
Jun 17, 2019 in Python by Rhea
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3 answers to this question.

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Python requires its code to be indented and spaced properly. Never mix tabs and spaces. If you're using tabs stick to tabs and if you're using space stick to space.

Also in your code, change this part:

if str_p == str_q:
    result = True
else:
    result = False
return result

To

return str_p == str_q

Hope it helps!!

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Thanks!

answered Jun 17, 2019 by Varun

edited Jun 17, 2019
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Putting in an extra space or leaving one out where it is needed will surely generate an error message . Some common causes of this error include:

  •     Forgetting to indent the statements within a compound statement
  •     Forgetting to indent the statements of a user-defined function.

The error message IndentationError: expected an indented block would seem to indicate that you have an indentation error. It is probably caused by a mix of tabs and spaces. The indentation can be any consistent white space . It is recommended to use 4 spaces for indentation in Python, tabulation or a different number of spaces may work, but it is also known to cause trouble at times. Tabs are a bad idea because they may create different amount if spacing in different editors . 

answered Mar 2, 2020 by evanbung
• 180 points

Thank you for your simple explanation!!

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IndentationError:  what is the mean
answered Oct 14, 2020 by anonymous
• 140 points

Hello,

For your query you can refer this:https://www.edureka.co/community/80421/indentationerror-expected-an-indented-block

Hope it helps you!!

Thank You!!

Hi, @There,

Whenever you have a situation with code inside of a statement (such as the code that defines the main() function), that 'inside' code must be indented, and must be indented consistently. If you forget to indent, you'll see this error.

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