Richard Hendrix won't be using Kotlin.

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    @XiovV you know space indenters also press tab?
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    I let my ide convert tab into space .
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    Soft tabs of 4 spaces. Press tab get 4 spaces. Soft tabs > tabs > hard spaces
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    Some IDE consider tab as 2 spaces
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    @haithamSboui that's a user setting. Maybe it's two by default, but it isn't the only option.
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    @iam13islucky yeah it can be tweaked to 4.what I said was an argument to support those do 4 spaces.
    In my opinion I don't really care I just write my code and then format/beautify it.
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    "programmers", oh gawd. you probably only programmed a dishwasher in your life or did an interactive online tutorial.
    Pretty much any real IDE makes this for you so you, including EOL symbols so you don't have any problems opening your code on different system unix/windows etc. with a simple shortcut you get an automatic code formatting so you even don't have remember to put space after "function" or not.
    Jesus flaming Christ on crack. Wtf do you use as your IDE? MS Paint? Wtf? why is this discussion still a thing a thing?!
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    @Lahsen2016 in that case you are using tabs wrong.

    Tabs are for INDENTATION.
    Space are for ALIGNMENT.

    That is a big difference space indenters usually dont want to understand.
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    @Lahsen2016 you misunderstand my point let me visualize it


    ---- = tab
    . = space

    No matter the tab sized used it will be aligned correctly.
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    @Lahsen2016 nope, almost every editor does that by themselves when you press tab or use enter.
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    @Lahsen2016 I dont like it when people forxe an indentation width. Some people use an indentation of 4 for HTML... Thats way to much for me.
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    *grabs popcorn*
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