# Can you help me repair this ( unexpected indent )

``````import numpy as np
import pygame
import sys
import math

BLUE = (0,0,255)
BLACK = (0,0,0)
RED = (255,0,0)
YELLOW = (255,255,0)

ROW_COUNT = 6
COLUMN_COUNT = 7

def create_board():
board = np.zeros((ROW_COUNT,COLUMN_COUNT))
return board

def drop_piece(board, row, col, piece):
board[row][col] = piece

def is_valid_location(board, col):
return board[ROW_COUNT-1][col] == 0

def get_next_open_row(board, col):
for r in range(ROW_COUNT):
if board[r][col] == 0:
return r

def print_board(board):
print (np.flip(board, 0))

def winning_move(board, piece):
# Check horizontal location for win
for c in range(COLUMN_COUNT-3):
for r in range(ROW_COUNT):
if board[r][c] == piece and board[r][c+1] == piece and board[r][c+2] == piece and board [r][c+3] == piece:
return True

# Check vertical locatin for win
for c in range(COLUMN_COUNT):
for r in range(ROW_COUNT-3):
if board[r][c] == piece and board[r+1][c] == piece and board[r+2][c] == piece and board [r+3][c] == piece:
return True

# Check positively sloped diagonals
for c in range(COLUMN_COUNT-3):
for r in range(ROW_COUNT-3):
if board[r][c] == piece and board[r+1][c+1] == piece and board[r+2][c+2] == piece and board [r+3][c+3] == piece:
return True

# Check negatively sloped diagonals
for c in range(COLUMN_COUNT-3):
for r in range(3, ROW_COUNT):
if board[r][c] == piece and board[r-1][c+1] == piece and board[r-2][c+2] == piece and board [r-3][c+3] == piece:
return True

def draw_board(board):
for c in range(COLUMN_COUNT):
for r in range(ROW_COUNT):
pygame.draw.rect(screen, BLUE, (c*SQUARESIZE, r*SQUARESIZE+SQUARESIZE, SQUARESIZE, SQUARESIZE))

for c in range(COLUMN_COUNT):
for r in range(ROW_COUNT):
if board[r][c] == 1:
elif board[r][c] == 2:
pygame.display.update()

board = create_board()
print_board(board)
game_over = False
turn = 0

pygame.init()

SQUARESIZE = 100

width = COLUMN_COUNT * SQUARESIZE
height = (ROW_COUNT+1) * SQUARESIZE

size = (width, height)

screen = pygame.display.set_mode(size)
draw_board(board)
pygame.display.update()

myfont = pygame.font.SysFont("monospace", 75)

while not game_over:

for event in pygame.event.get():
if event.type == pygame.QUIT:
sys.exit()

if event.type == pygame.MOUSEMOTION:
pygame.draw.rect(screen, BLACK, (0,0, width, SQUARESIZE))
posx = event.pos
if turn == 0:
else:
pygame.display.update()

if event.type == pygame.MOUSEBUTTONDOWN:
pygame.draw.rect(screen, BLACK, (0,0, width, SQUARESIZE))
#print(event.pos)
# Ask for player 1 input
if turn == 0:
posx = event.pos
col = int(math.floor(posx/SQUARESIZE))

if is_valid_location(board, col):
row = get_next_open_row(board, col)
drop_piece(board, row, col, 1)

if winning_move(board, 1):
label = myfont.render("Player 1 wins!!", 1, RED)
screen.blit(label, (40,10))
game_over = True

# #Ask for player 2 input
else:
posx = event.pos
col = int(math.floor(posx/SQUARESIZE))

if is_valid_location(board, col):
row = get_next_open_row(board, col)
drop_piece(board, row, col, 2)

if winning_move(board, 2):
label = myfont.render("Player 2 wins!!", 1, YELLOW)
screen.blit(label, (40,10))
game_over = True

print_board(board)
draw_board(board)

turn += 1
turn = turn % 2

if game_over:
pygame.time.wait(3000)
``````
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I’ve edited your post for readability. When you enter a code block into a forum post, please precede it with a separate line of three backticks and follow it with a separate line of three backticks to make it easier to read.

You can also use the “preformatted text” tool in the editor (`</>`) to add backticks around text.

See this post to find the backtick on your keyboard.
Note: Backticks (`) are not single quotes (’).

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As the error indicates, the indentation is incorrect. In this case your `if` block indentation is off by one space.

``````#print(event.pos)
# Ask for player 1 input
if turn == 0:
``````
``````if event.type == pygame.MOUSEBUTTONDOWN:
pygame.draw.rect(screen, BLACK, (0,0, width, SQUARESIZE))
#print(event.pos)
# Ask for player 1 input
if turn == 0:
``````

The `"if turn==0:"` had one extra space before it and that is the reason you got the unexpected indent error. Remove the space to correct it.

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Welcome to the forum!

I have edited your post in the proper code format.
Please read through @BenGitter 's post on how to write code in the forum.

Thanks!

Sure. I will read through @BenGitter 's post on how to write code in the forum and correct myself.

Thanks!

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