How in command “Reformat Code” of PhpStorm use only spaces?

Hello,
In my vue page PhpStorm 2019.2.3 with eslint used
Running command "Reformat Code" I got error in my app:

./src/views/About.vue Module Error (from ./node_modules/eslint-loader/index.js): error: Mixed spaces and tabs (no-mixed-spaces-and-tabs) at src/views/About.vue:177:2: 
Code (markup):

Looks like this command use tab symbol for ident spaces and I did not find to to make that command "Reformat Code"
will use only spaces?
I found these
https://imgur.com/
options

But I do not any option…

How in command "Reformat Code" of PhpStorm use only spaces?

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The Newton-Raphson method in Banach spaces

I am not sure if this question is too easy for mathoverflow – please tell me to remove this question if it is too e before any downvotes. I have asked this on MSE (Link), but it received only a few comments and no answers.

Note: the screenshot at the bottom is where my question comes from.

This question is quite different from other versions of conditions of convergence of Newton iteration. For example, Kantorovich theorem.

I am now analysing the Newton-Raphson iteration in general Banach spaces $$E,F$$. Let $$x_0\in E$$, and let $$f:B_t(x_0)\to F$$ be a differentiable function. ($$B$$ denotes an open ball with radius $$t$$.) $$L(E,F)$$ is the set of linear mapping from $$E$$ to $$F$$.

By definition, $$f$$ is differentiable at $$x$$ with derivative $$Df_x\in L(E,F)$$ (which is a linear functional from $$E$$ to $$F$$) if $$\exists r(h),f(x+h)=f(x)+Df_x(h)+r(h)$$, where $$r(h)/\|h\|\to 0$$ as $$h\to 0$$.

To make it simple, I assume that there exist $$s>0$$ such that

• $$\|f(x_0)\|\leq t/(2s)$$
• If $$x,y\in B_t(x_0)$$ then $$\|Df_x-Df_y\|\leq 1/(2s)$$
• $$\forall x\in B_t(x_0),\exists J_x\in L(F,E)$$ such that $$J_xDf_x=Df_xJ_x=I_E$$ and $$\|J_x\|\leq s$$.

Now let’s work on the iteration. Let’s fix $$x\in B_t(x_0)$$. Set $$x_n=x_{n-1}-J_x(f(x_{n-1}))$$. In real analysis course, we often take $$x=x_{n-1}$$, but here I have to fix $$x$$ to be anything in $$B_t(x_0)$$. Just assume for a moment that $$\forall x\in B_t(x_0)$$. I will explain why later.

Firstly I have to show that $$x_n$$ converges. Now I can use the inequality $$\|f(a)-f(b)-T(a-b)\|\leq \|a-b\|\sup_{c\in [a,b]} \|Df_c-T\|,$$ where $$[a,b]$$ is the line segment joining $$a,b$$, and $$T\in L(E,F)$$.

To use this inequality, we define $$g(y)=J_x(f(y))$$, so $$x_n=x_{n-1}-g(x_{n-1})$$, and $$Dg_y=J_xDf_y$$.(The reason why I cannot set $$x=x_{n-1}$$ is that if I do it that way, then $$g(y)=J_y(f(y))$$, and I cannot find the derivative of $$g$$ in this case.) Since $$x$$ is fixed, we can assume there is NO $$x$$ dependence in $$g$$. Therefore, $$\|x_{n+1}-x_{n}\|=\|f(x_{n})-f(x_{n-1})-(x_{n}-x_{n-1})\|\ \leq \|x_{n}-x_{n-1}\|\sup_{c\in [x_n,x_{n-1}]} \|Dg_c-I\|\=\|x_{n}-x_{n-1}\|\sup_{c\in [x_n,x_{n-1}]} \|J_xDf_c-J_xDf_x\|\ \leq \|x_{n}-x_{n-1}\|\|J_x\|\|Df_c-Df_x\|\ \leq \frac{1}{2} \|x_{n}-x_{n-1}\|.$$ Also, $$\|x_1-x_0\|=\|J_x(f(x_0))\|\leq t/2$$ The conclusion is $$\|x_n-x_{n-1}\|\leq t/2^n$$.

My question: is it really OK to let $$x$$ be anything fixed in $$B_t(x_0)$$? Does that really work? If it is wrong, how can I fix it?

To prove that $$f(x_n)$$ converges to zero, I feel that I should prove something like $$\|f(x_n)\|\leq t/(2^{n+1}s)$$(Suggested in a book of real analysis). I try to start by considering this: $$\|f(x_n)\|\leq \|Df_x\|\|x_{n+1}-x_n\|$$ but it goes nowhere. From $$\|J_x\|\leq s$$ we cannot obtain an upper bound on $$Df_x$$.

So how can I prove $$\|f(x_n)\|\leq t/(2^{n+1}s)$$?

It should be clear that $$x_n$$ is a Cauchy sequence – but it might not converge into $$B_t(x_0)$$ – is that a problem?

It is a long question, so if I have made mistakes please point it out.

Please look at the following screenshot if the above is not clear.

Source of my problem: A course in mathematical analysis (screenshot)

Here is a theorem of Kantorovich which is related but not the same.