Whitespace detects and can clean up the following types of whitespaces in the given files: leading space, trailing space, indentation space, space followed by TABs, and end-of-line space.
Characters that produce empty space, such as the space, characer or the tab character.
Characters that control the spacing, but do not show up in regular text. Whitespace includes tabs, spaces, carriage returns, and line feeds.
Whitespace is any consecutive run of the whitespace characters Space, Tab or Newline.
Characters #x9 (tab), #xA (linefeed), #xD (carriage return), and #x20 (space). These are often used to indent the XML documents to make them more readable, and are filtered by an operation called whitespace processing.
Whitespace consists of nonprinting space characters, such as tabs, line breaks, and spaces.
A series of one or more space or TAB characters.
a space, tab or a newline
The unconventional use of space characters (' ') to control the flow of a program. Instead of a loosely-enforced ideal, this is an integral part of Python syntax. It's a tradeoff between readability and flexibility in favor of the former.
Blanks, space and tabs that are normally interpreted to delineate commands and filenames unless quoted.
A subset of the ASCII character set, including space, end-of-line, vertical tab, horizontal tab and form-feed characters.
Whitespace is any run of consecutive formatting characters (space, tab, newline, and backspace).
A blank space between other objects.
When coding, the space within the code editor that doesn't contain text, such as blank lines or tab spaces. Whitespace makes it easier to follow the flow of code--especially more complex structures such as nested loops--within a procedure.
Whitespace is any run of consecutive formatting characters (spaces, tabs, newlines, and backspaces).
Spaces, Tabs, and Returns are collectively referred to as whitespace. In code, whitespace is ignored by the compiler, and so can be used to deliniate sections of code, or make code more readable to people.
The all-important, unoccupied space on a page or electronic document that provides the "breathing room" for text and graphical elements.
Any combination of space or tab characters that separate two characters or two character strings.
Whitespace is an esoteric programming language developed by Edwin Brady and Chris Morris at the University of Durham. It was released on 1 April 2003 (April Fool's Day). Contrary to most languages, which often ignore most whitespace characters, the Whitespace interpreter ignores any non-whitespace characters.