Here is the code.:
def myfirst_yoursecond(p,q): a = p.find(" ") b = q.find(" ") str_p = p[0:a] str_q = p[b+1:] if str_p == str_q: result = True else: result = False return result
Here is the error:
Traceback (most recent call last): File "vm_main.py", line 26, in <module> import main File "/tmp/vmuser_ssgopfskde/main.py", line 22 result = False ^ IndentationError: expected an indented block
What's wrong with my code?
You've mixed tabs and spaces. This can lead to some confusing errors.
I'd suggest using only tabs or only spaces for indentation.
Using only spaces is generally the easier choice. Most editors have an option for automatically converting tabs to spaces. If your editor has this option, turn it on.
As an aside, your code is more verbose than it needs to be. Instead of this:
if str_p == str_q: result = True else: result = False return result
Just do this:
return str_p == str_q
You also appear to have a bug on this line:
str_q = p[b+1:]
I'll leave you to figure out what the error is.