Coding style#

Coding style refers to the different rules defined in a software project that must be followed when writing source code. These rules ensure that all the source code looks the same across different files of the project.

Because the PyAnsys ecosystem consists of many projects, coding style rules are critical to ensuring that the source code looks the same across different projects.

PyAnsys libraries are expected to follow PEP 8 and be consistent in style and formatting with the ‘big three’ data science libraries: NumPy, SciPy, and pandas.