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```for i,row in train_df.iterrows():
if row['Age']>0 and row['Age']<=10:
if row['Pclass']==1 :
sp11=sp11+row['Survived']
cp11=cp11+1
elif row['Pclass']==2:
sp12=sp12+row['Survived']
cp12=cp12+1
else:
sp13=sp13+row['Survived']
cp13=cp13+1
if row['Age']>10 and row['Age']<=20:
if row['Pclass']==1 :
sp21=sp21+row['Survived']
cp21=cp21+1
elif row['Pclass']==2:
sp22=sp22+row['Survived']
cp22=cp22+1
else:
sp23=sp23+row['Survived']
cp23=cp23+1

if row['Age']>20 and row['Age']<=30:
if row['Pclass']==1 :
sp31=sp31+row['Survived']
cp31=cp31+1
elif row['Pclass']==2:
sp32=sp32+row['Survived']
cp32=cp32+1
else:
sp33=sp33+row['Survived']
cp33=cp33+1
if row['Age']>30 and row['Age']<=40:
if row['Pclass']==1 :
sp41=sp41+row['Survived']
cp41=cp41+1
elif row['Pclass']==2:
sp42=sp42+row['Survived']
cp42=cp42+1
else:
sp43=sp43+row['Survived']
cp43=cp43+1

if row['Age']>40 and row['Age']<=50:
if row['Pclass']==1 :
sp51=sp51+row['Survived']
cp51=cp51+1
elif row['Pclass']==2:
sp52=sp52+row['Survived']
cp52=cp52+1
else:
sp13=sp13+row['Survived']
cp13=cp13+1
if row['Age']>50 and row['Age']<=60:
if row['Pclass']==1 :
sp61=sp61+row['Survived']
cp61=cp61+1
elif row['Pclass']==2:
sp62=sp62+row['Survived']
cp62=cp62+1
else:
sp63=sp63+row['Survived']
cp63=cp63+1```

What I have tried:

I tried adjusting the spacing but I am getting the following error again and again.

Output:
```File "<tokenize>", line 65
if row['Age']>10 and row['Age']<=20:
^
IndentationError: unindent does not match any outer indentation level```
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## Solution 2

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I tried adjusting the spacing but I am getting the following error again and again.

The problem is the number of spaces
```for i,row in train_df.iterrows():        # in this loop
if row['Age']>0 and row['Age']<=10: # the first inner statement is indented with 5 spaces
if row['Pclass']==1 :
sp11=sp11+row['Survived']
cp11=cp11+1
elif row['Pclass']==2:
sp12=sp12+row['Survived']
cp12=cp12+1
else:
sp13=sp13+row['Survived']
cp13=cp13+1
if row['Age']>10 and row['Age']<=20:  # but the second is indented with 4 spaces```

but anything inside the loop must have the same indentation.
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## Solution 1

Check the code really carefully: they may be spaces and tabs in there, so the indentation looks right, but doesn't actually match.
Editors can work with tabs, which are "seen" as spaces at intervals defined by the editor (and frequently variable in the app settings)
If the indentation the editor is showing you does not match what python expects then teh indentation levels will not match and you will get this error.

Check your editor, and see if it can "show marks" which may help you find tab characters, or convert tabs to spaces which means the output should always match what you see on teh screen.

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