Why Whitespaces are used in Python?
To structure code so it's easily readable for you and others.
This is true for Js and many other language, also a bit for python
But in python whitespaces (indent) it also used to determine nesting, what is nested inside a function, loop and so on
@megaslayer41367, why? Because van rossum (creator of python) found it a good idea, so your code would stay readable. You will ask him, see if you can google why he made this design choice for python
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