Aug 26, 2014, 9:53 AM
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This is another proof that indenting correctly your code is not an option, it is absolutely essential. I have seen so many times bugs due to poor indentation that I would simply not hire someone showing me code not properly indented, because this is a sign of sloppy habits (don't take it as anything personal against you, I realize that you are a beginner, but, really, take now the good habit of properly indenting conditions, loops, functions, etc., you'll save tremendous amounts of time). I am not talking about indentation style (there are several available styles), but about being really consistent in the way of indenting.
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And if you come across some poorly indented code (written by someone else, of course), then use a code prettiffier to get it straight even before further looking at it (let alonce chaznging it).
(This post was edited by Laurent_R on Aug 26, 2014, 9:54 AM)