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     and ``py.ini`` in the same directory as the launcher.  The same .ini
     files are used for both the 'console' version of the launcher (i.e.
     py.exe) and for the 'windows' version (i.e. pyw.exe)
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     Customization specified in the "application directory" will have
     precedence over the one next to the executable, so a user, who may not
     have write access to the .ini file next to the launcher, can override
 
 Examples:
 
-* If no relevant options are set, the commands ``python`` and 
+* If no relevant options are set, the commands ``python`` and
   ``python2`` will use the latest Python 2.x version installed and
   the command ``python3`` will use the latest Python 3.x installed.
 
 * The commands ``python3.1`` and ``python2.7`` will not consult any
   options at all as the versions are fully specified.
 
-* If ``PY_PYTHON=3``, the commands ``python`` and ``python3`` will both use 
+* If ``PY_PYTHON=3``, the commands ``python`` and ``python3`` will both use
   the latest installed Python 3 version.
 
 * If ``PY_PYTHON=3.1-32``, the command ``python`` will use the 32-bit
   installed Python (PY_PYTHON was not considered at all as a major
   version was specified.)
 
-* If ``PY_PYTHON=3`` and ``PY_PYTHON3=3.1``, the commands 
+* If ``PY_PYTHON=3`` and ``PY_PYTHON3=3.1``, the commands
   ``python`` and ``python3`` will both use specifically 3.1
 
 In addition to environment variables, the same settings can be configured
 in the .INI file used by the launcher.  The section in the INI file is
-called ``[defaults]`` and the key name will be the same as the 
+called ``[defaults]`` and the key name will be the same as the
 environment variables without the leading ``PY\_`` prefix (and note that
 the key names in the INI file are case insensitive.)  The contents of
 an environment variable will override things specified in the INI file.