On Tue, Feb 22, 2011 at 15:00, Andy McKenzie <amckenz...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'll be the first to tell you that I'm not a great programmer, so my
> take may not be worth a lot.  However, this is pretty close to how I
> write.  Not exactly, but close.  I also always label open and closing
> brackets on everything, unless the brackets are less than three lines
> apart.  For instance, I might find myself writing:
> if($foo == 'bar')
> { # Begin foo=bar test
>   # If foo=bar, do a lot of things.
> } # End foo=bar test
> Then I go back and fill in the conditional stuff.

I also do something similar, I debated writing about that as well:

class someClass{

    function someFunction() {
        if (true) {
            // Some Code
    } // end someFunction

} // end someClass

I don't strictly subscribe to a three-line limit, but whatever feels
reasonable at the time. Often that depends on the complexity of
surrounding code.

Dotan Cohen


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