@DaCondor54, ”...” is just indicating that the code continues, corresponding to the ”>>>” on the first line.

One space after the dots corresponds to the space between ”>” and ”for” on the first line.

Thus, indent in respect to the ”f” in ”for” on the first line. If you use 2-space indents, the second line should have 1+ 2 spaces after the dots, the third line 1+ 4, and the last line 1 + 2 again.