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#ActualTom KQT

Posted 25 April 2013 - 01:54 AM

I use both styles, but I am still consistent in it, although it may sound weird smile.png

I use the following only for class definitions, functions definitions, namespaces and these sorts of "top level" blocks:

void myFunction() 
{
   int a = 1;
}

And the following for if, for, while and other similar blocks:

if (a == b) {
   a++;
   b--;
}

And btw, for one-line if blocks i usually use this:

if (a == b)
   a++;

#1Tom KQT

Posted 25 April 2013 - 01:53 AM

I use both styles, but I am still consistent in it, although it may sound weird :)

I use the following only for class definitions, functions definitions, namespaces and these sorts of "top level" blocks:

void myFunction() 
{
   int a = 1;
}

And the following for if, for, while and other similar blocks:

if (a == b) {
   a++;
   b--;
}

And btw, for one-line if blocks i usually don use this:

if (a == b)
   a++;

 


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