Andreas Jung wrote at 2007-8-24 19:35 +0200:
>Whitespace rules have a major impact on the readability of code.
>Readability is a major point when we talk of code quality. Readable code
>does not make code automatically but good code has to be readable.
Lots of whitespace does not make the code more readable for all
persons -- it does not for me, for example.
Other rules are more important:
* use speaking names
* ensure that a "unit" (e.g. a function definition) can been seen in its
* carefully document complex operations
* combine a general overview with detailed source documentation.
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