Python Whitespace for indenting

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Which is the best way to type whitespaces for indentation in Python? Using the space key or the tab key?
Jun 12, 2018 in Python by nightshade
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PEP-8 recommends creating indents by tapping the spacebar four times rather than using tabspace. However, these things are a matter of convention only. Better stick to PEP-8 for that reason.
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