Indentation

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Indentation may refer to:

  • A notch, or deep recess; for instance in a coastline, or a carving in rock
  • Indentation (typesetting), the placement of text farther to the right to separate it from surrounding text.
  • Indent style, in programming a convention governing the indentation of blocks of code to convey the program's structure
  • Indentation hardness, as applied in hardness measurement.