what is the meaning of indent i don't understand?
indent means putting the pcontent of program with proper spacing from the border like...for i in range(10): print(i) here print is indented properly that is print is written with proper spacing under for.
Instead of using cally braces like other programming languages, Python uses the indention method (white spaces in the beginning of a statement) to indentify and separate the block(function, loop, if statement..) from the other regular code.
indentation is used for a very specific purpose it creates a sub code that runs only when the above statement is true and if it is found to be false then the code doesn't run. it's generally used after a semicolon(:)
indent means the space after the margin to your code the distance between the margin and your code