It appears that using 2D math can generate hidden characters that make code not run.
It seems like a lot of people think that using 1D math is a no-brainer, as if it had all the advantages and no disadvantages.
I am trying to write code for an object. I was using 2D math, because the automatic formatting of the code (italics, bold) makes it much easier to see and understand the code. Then again, I ran into an issue I face sometimes which is that code that looks absolutely perfect can't be parsed.
I read that we can convert the code to 1D math and we will see hidden characters messing things up but that doesn't seem to be the case (or at least I can't seem to see the extra character). And in any case, it is just maddening and not a productive thing to have to do.
Is 1D math really the best user experience that is available? Is there really a tradeoff between legibility and useability in Maple 2022?