Is it possible, or does some function exists, to get the equivalent of the
alt-q command, but in programming?
Suppose I've just written this in python:
group_parser.add_argument('-n',nargs=1, default=5, help='specifies how many missing entries in a row are allowed before the whole row gets omitted.')
The following is a rather long line. Is it possible to have some sort of automation for getting the following output?
parser.add_argument('-n',nargs=1, default=5, help='specifies how many ' + 'missing entries in a row ' + 'are allowed before the whole row gets ' + 'omitted.')
In other words, a function that detects long input strings, and splits them up across multiple lines.