What do you guys think of differentiating the libraries like this??

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    Probably more effort than it's worth. I don't see any real benefit of then being separated
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    I don't see any problem with it, but only do it if you think it's worth the effort.

    I would recommend to do it depending on the audience too. If you're making this for a beginner, it someone who has just recently picked up Python then go ahead. But otherwise it's probably a waste of time. But if you like doing it, there's no downside to having it really.

    Also, welcome to DevRant!
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    Some people might like it so they know where to look for documentation. But it uses more lines.
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    Take a look at that: https://python.org/dev/peps/...

    Somebody already have done this and its an official python standard ๐Ÿ˜Š
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    @coolq thank you
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    In c++ at my company we do in this order:

    System includes

    Third party

    Local file includes

    With spaces between. Looks sexy imho
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    That moment when I move my head in frustration because of a color shift caused by TN matrix, then realizing I'm on MVA.
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    Think it looks nice, and if it makes it easier to understand the code its worth it.
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    Welcome to DevRant, you should make an introduction post!
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    @coolq And it's done! Thanks for remembering๐Ÿ˜ƒ
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