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Last Updated: Wednesday 29th December 2021

No one likes to see messy or disorganized code. If you've come across code like this (or maybe even if you write code like this...no judgement here), you could attempt to reformat the code yourself, which, depending on how big the files are, could take hours or even days, OR you can use a Python formatter like Python Beautify to do it for you.

Brought to us by the same people responsible for a great CSS formatter, and many other useful development tools, this Python formatter is perfect for cleaning up any messy code that comes your way. It lets you totally customize how you want the code to be organized and which formatting rules you'd like to adhere to.



You get to specify how many spaces you'd like the indentations to be, how whether or not you want to break lines, how you want the braces and brackets to be displayed, and so much more. The next time you find yourself in the middle of some poorly formatted Python, remember that you have this tool at your disposal, copy and paste your code into the text input box and within seconds you'll be ready to roll with your new and improved clean code.