Python how to type character >>

I found a character that is unfamiliar to me. It works like a tab, so I do not need to backspace all the spaces to delete previous made tabs pressed by the tab button.

Which button do I have to press to get the character >> as shown in the image below?
I tried everything, but I do not know what I am doing wrong.

If you are hoping to use this character instead of 4 spaces for indentation then I don’t think you can or should - stick with the spaces.
I think the screenshot you’re seeing is some editor’s way of displaying indentation (tabs or spaces).
You can switch from 4 spaces to 2 or to tabs (option in the Python editor?) but I don’t recommend it

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Try ctrl +shift+ left arrow to select lots of spaces for deletion …? Or maybe shift + home? Or even shift + up arrow + end?

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Thank you for your response. :smiley:
But, do you might know an more easy way? I thought about backspace+tab but it does not exists.

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Or use an external editor such as Pycharn, atom or vscode if you are spending lots of time writing Python …?

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Thank you :smiley:
I found something, but it removes all tabs, but I might be close.

ctrl + del

And ‘no,’ I did not spend nine days to figure this out.

not sure if it’s what you are looking for, but you can highlight a line, (or number of lines), that have indents (or spaces) and use shift+tab to “unindent” them.

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