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 Help configuring Geany for Python
I am learning Python. In past programming languages I have used, the editor or GUI environment would add spaces around things automatically to make them look better and make them a bit easier to read.

Example: If I were to type a=7 the editor or environment would add spaces around the equal sign as soon as I moved to another place in the file. The result would be a = 7 which is a bit easier to read and it looks nicer.

Is there a way to do that in geany for Python?  Is there another editor that would be better suited for creating python files?

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