Oct 11, 2021
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Many years ago, languages such as Latin and Greek didn't have punctuation marks or spaces between words—scriptio continua. Over time, the need to make the text more readable became important. Punctuation was one of the tools that made its way into languages to help with this.   This made the text easier to read. But it also ensured that the author’s thoughts and ideas were conveyed more precisely.   Computer programming has gone through a similar transformation recently, with the emphasis on readability becoming ever more important. Python is a language that has readability built into its DNA.

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Python Readability, the PEP 8 Style Guide, and Learning Latin