"The One True Brace Style":


Didn't know there was a name for the way I learned to indent! Make sense to me 
- looks so much cleaner and less scrolling/printing.
        And, I already add a comment to confirm the end brace:

} // end if($myVar)

to clarify any long nests.


On 2011-08-29, at 2:05 PM, Richard Riley wrote:

> Robert Cummings <rob...@interjinn.com> writes:
>> On 11-08-29 03:42 PM, Rico Secada wrote:
>>> You go into your homemade library of code to re-use some piece that you
>>> already are using 12 other places in production. Now, last time you
>>> worked on the code you thought it was almost perfect. While working on
>>> the code this time you find an undiscovered bug or some part of the
>>> code that looks like you where on drugs when you made it.
> More an issue with library management  :) "git checkout releaseV1.1" ;))))
>> *lol* Yes, I think we've all seen it from time to time. Have you ever gone 
>> back
>> and looked at your school assignments in coding? *shudder*. The horror is
>> compounded by the fact I was using K&R style indentation back then ;)
> small point of order : K&R indentation is still considered by many as
> the cleanest and is used on many many large code bases. Personally I
> much prefer
> f(){
>  a;
> }
> to
> f()
> {
> }
> as the first one is two boundary balanced. But like emacs vs vi it's a
> religious issue....
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