I’ve recently come to realize when using other languages, that I really like to write a space between a function name and the tuple that defines its input arguments, as in
fn (x) = x
fn(x) = x
This feels even more relevant, when calling functions in a compound fashion, as in
norm = sqrt ( sum ( vector .^ 2 ) )
as I feel that it makes lines like these much easier to read (for myself). Is there a particular reason why doesn’t Julia allow the use spaces in these places, and instead throws an error
ERROR: syntax: space before "(" not allowed in "fn ("