init.py …… That? Is init bold? Where did Ansco go?
Yes, in Markdown, if you enclose it in
__, it will be bold. It kills Pythonista. Then what to do ...
So, the idea of enclosing it in backticks and treating it as a code. The result is
__init__.py. This is a lot of work, and the code is highly readable, so I'm wondering if this is all right.
The downside is that it looks like "copy
__init__.py and app.py", which is visually inconsistent with other .pys. If you don't mind this, this is it.
Escape with backslash (yen mark). The result is \ _ \ _ init \ _ \ _. Py. It looks the same as a normal sentence.
The downside is that it's hard to write code and hard to see.
By the way, I happened to notice it in
__init__.py, so I wrote this, but the same problem occurs with
__repr__. But this is a code, so backticks are an option.