Hi, I don't quite understand the principles of syntax. I mean, why are there spaces between elements of the code while you can write it without spaces as well, e.g. "eggs = 12" has spaces between each element, but I tried "eggs=12" and it also worked, so why bothering put spaces? The other thing is why are there spaces between some lines while there are none between others. For instance, there is no space between "def", "eggs" and "return" lines, but there is one between "return" and "print" line. Why is it so? In another exercise the variable name was something like "name_name", why do we need the "_" sign? Can't we just write it as "name name" with a space between the two "names"? And the last thing about putting four spaces before a line, should there be exactly four spaces or there could be less? If there should be exactly four, why? Instruction says that we need spaces to structure the code, but since we have lines isn't it already structured? what is the reason behind that? Thank you in advance!
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