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Hello and I am new to all of this. I have been only on Khan Academy for a month and know that they are about processing.js and this is Processing. I am two days into Daniel Shiffmans book "Learning Processing a Beginner
I noticed in some his examples he leaves no spaces between the comas and the objectives//arguments in the function ();
Is this OK?? I realize it does not effect the code when it it run. In Khan and W3 as well as others I have seen this also. Then I heard in a instructional video it is a must because this practice assure`s a common place or common practice when working in between languages. I am JUST VERY NEW and don't want to want to have bad habits on top of being confused and stumbling around. For something that has so many "stricked" things to follow that will produce errors. Is this looseness OK?? Or is there a set guideline to format the lines of code in the editor??? Please help and it just bugs me and don't want to start off with any bad habits or "laziness".