Indentation error in while statement

Asked 2 months ago, Updated 2 months ago, 3 views

python version 2.7.10

When I was trying to draw a set of mandelobro, I was creating the following program.

File "mandelplot.py", line 33
    List.append(z)
                 ^
IndentationError—unindent does not match any outer indication level

The error will be printed.
I can't find out what's wrong with it even when I look it up.
Are you missing something simple?

class Mandel (object):
    def mandelblot(self,c,K,LOOPMAX):
        # return the number of loops that have been diverted to
        List = [ ]
        n = 0
        z = 0.0 + (0.0 * 1j)
        while(n<LOOPMAX and abs(z)<K)US>:
            z=z**2+c
            List.append(z)
            if(n>4):
                List.pop(0)
                equal1 = List[0] - List[4]
                event2 = List[0] - List[3]
                if(abs(val1)<10e-5 or abs(val2)<10e-5):
                    break
            n + = 1
        return n

python

2022-09-30 11:21

2 Answers

Check again to see if there is a mix of tab and space characters. When running Python interpreter, you can easily detect this type of error by specifying the -t or -tt options.

Also, we recommend using a text editor that allows you to visually distinguish tabs/spaces.

For your information, PEP-8 recommends using the space, which defines the coding conventions for Python standard libraries.If you are not particular about it, you should follow PEP-8.


2022-09-30 11:21

If you have any answers or tips


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