Changeset 9848:00f5832a4c71 in orange


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Timestamp:
02/06/12 20:51:54 (2 years ago)
Author:
Matija Polajnar <matija.polajnar@…>
Branch:
default
Children:
9849:4616367a5349, 9850:036fba9afe38
rebase_source:
3cf4238b107be46c8d4226125fe016934804c461
Message:

Fix rst indentation.

Location:
docs/reference/rst
Files:
2 edited

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  • docs/reference/rst/Orange.data.table.rst

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    7979 
    8080        Read data from the given file. If the name includes the 
    81         extension it must be one of the known file formats (see 
    82         :doc:`/Orange.data.formats`). If no extension is given, the directory 
    83         is searched for any file with recognized extensions. If the 
     81        extension it must be one of the known file formats 
     82        (see :doc:`/Orange.data.formats`). If no extension is given, the 
     83        directory is searched for any file with recognized extensions. If the 
    8484        file is not found, Orange will also search the directories 
    8585        specified in the environment variable `ORANGE_DATA_PATH`. 
     
    254254 
    255255        Note: This method should be used when the selected data 
    256         instances are going to be modified. In all other cases, method 
    257         :obj:`select_ref` is preferred. 
     256        instances are going to be modified. In all other cases, 
     257        method :obj:`select_ref` is preferred. 
    258258 
    259259        :param filt: filter list 
     
    325325 
    326326        Same as :obj:`select`, except that it returns a Python list 
    327     with data instances. 
     327        with data instances. 
    328328 
    329329        :param filt: filter list 
  • docs/reference/rst/Orange.data.variable.rst

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    114114            possible values for this variable. Changing the size - especially 
    115115            shrinking the list - can crash Python. Also, do not add values 
    116             to the list by calling its append or extend method: use 
    117             :obj:`add_value` method instead. 
     116            to the list by calling its append or extend method: 
     117            use :obj:`add_value` method instead. 
    118118 
    119119            It is also assumed that this attribute is always defined (but can 
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