Hello Micky,

And I prefer this:

if ($foo==$baz)
:-).  I  don't know if it's kosher not to put spaces around the == but
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------------ Original message ------------
From: Micky Hulse <rgmi...@gmail.com>
To: php-general@lists.php.net
Date created: , 3:43:57 AM
Subject: [PHP] Howdy (new in here)

      On Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 2:00 PM, David Harkness
<davi...@highgearmedia.com> wrote:
> I use K&R. I started with it just as shown but as monitors increased in size
> I stopped cuddling the else so it's now on its own line, aligning the if,
> elseif, and else nicely. One of the developers at my company uses the
> truly abominable Horstmann style which makes moving code around a serious

K&R here, unless existing guidelines are in place... CodeIgniter
framework and ExpressionEngine wants folks to use Allman.

I use a programming lang called Objectscript at work, and it will give
an error if there is not space between the "if" and the first "("...
For example:

if(...) <-- errors out.

I have had to learn to put a space in there:

if (...)

So I don't forget, I do this for everything now... I actually kinda
like the breathing room now.

Speaking of spaces, I am not a fan of putting spaces around the argument:

if ( foo == baz ) {

I definitely prefer this:

if (foo == baz) {

More on spaces: I am so glad that most PHP folks I know use tabs for
indentation and not spaces! Oops, did I just go there? Oh no I didn't!

Good thread! Thanks for that link Tedd!


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