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As a convention, put as many spaces as possible in the constructs you define. In other words, but spaces everywhere unless you have a good reason for not doing so. As an example, a sine function should be defined thus:
""D 0 sin ( " )
In the construct, there is no space between 's' and 'i' and between 'i' and 'n' since that would look silly. But there is a space between the 'n' in 'sin' and the left parenthesis. Putting spaces everywhere unless there is a reason for not doing so makes it easier to guess names of constructs defined by others.
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