I am using an unregistered version of Sublime Text (3) to play with python .
Due to the programs that I am doing, they are very basic to familiarize myself with the syntax (basic functions, etc.) I prefer to use Sublime rather than switch to an IDE like Eclipse .
Correct indentation is essential in python. I know that IDEs (eg Eclipse ) can show spaces and tabs, and distinguish between them, but I can't find a way to configure it for * .py files with Sublime Text .
How can I make it so that, like it highlights the syntax of a certain language, for the * .py Sublime Text it shows me the spaces and tabs?
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It must be approximately on line 150