I find other people's Python code immediately readable. After a decade of C
and C++ programming I can't make the same claim for all but a small fraction
of other people's C/C++ code. I find the white-space sensitive nature of
Python a useful change. I use Emacs, so the python mode helps me out a lot.
I didn't have to modify a whole gaggle of obscure Emacs Lisp variables to
get the formatting the way I wanted either (just the default indentation).
In my opinion, Guido got Python pretty much right. Please leave it alone.
-- Skip Montanaro (firstname.lastname@example.org) Now working for Automatrix. Details at 11.