FUNCTION::INDENT_DEP(3stap)y functions for usingCanON::INDENT_DEP(3stap)
function::indent_depth - returns the global nested-depth
delta the amount of depth added/removed for each call
This function returns a number for appropriate indentation, similar to indent. Call it with a small positive or matching negative delta. Unlike the thread_indent_depth function, the indent does not track individual indent values on a per thread basis.
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