How to use 'expected indented blockpylance' in Python

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1182def test_under_indented(self):
1183 conf = 'indentation: {spaces: 2, indent-sequences: consistent}'
1184 self.check('---\n'
1185 'object:\n'
1186 ' val: 1\n'
1187 '...\n', conf, problem=(3, 2))
1188 self.check('---\n'
1189 'object:\n'
1190 ' k1:\n'
1191 ' - a\n'
1192 '...\n', conf, problem=(4, 4))
1193 self.check('---\n'
1194 'object:\n'
1195 ' k3:\n'
1196 ' - name: Unix\n'
1197 ' date: 1969\n'
1198 '...\n', conf, problem=(5, 6, 'syntax'))
1199 conf = 'indentation: {spaces: 4, indent-sequences: consistent}'
1200 self.check('---\n'
1201 'object:\n'
1202 ' val: 1\n'
1203 '...\n', conf, problem=(3, 4))
1204 self.check('---\n'
1205 '- el1\n'
1206 '- el2:\n'
1207 ' - subel\n'
1208 '...\n', conf, problem=(4, 4))
1209 self.check('---\n'
1210 'object:\n'
1211 ' k3:\n'
1212 ' - name: Linux\n'
1213 ' date: 1991\n'
1214 '...\n', conf, problem=(5, 10, 'syntax'))
1215 conf = 'indentation: {spaces: 2, indent-sequences: true}'
1216 self.check('---\n'
1217 'a:\n'
1218 '-\n' # empty list
1219 'b: c\n'
1220 '...\n', conf, problem=(3, 1))
1221 conf = 'indentation: {spaces: 2, indent-sequences: consistent}'
1222 self.check('---\n'
1223 'a:\n'
1224 ' -\n' # empty list
1225 'b:\n'
1226 '-\n'
1227 'c: d\n'
1228 '...\n', conf, problem=(5, 1))
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