in reply to Logical expression style

I opt for a style such as:
if ( A && # condition A B && # condition B C # condition C ) { # do stuff }
However, i really try to avoid these situations by relying on hashes instead. In fact, i have been getting into the habit of using this style for just about everything i do in Perl. It's a derivative of how i code a sub:
sub foo { # blah blah blah }
Defining a hash:
my %hash = ( foo => 'bar', baz => 'qux', );
Defining an array with long elements:
my @array = qw( foofoofoofoofoofoofoofoofoofoofoofoo barbarbarbarbarbarbarbarbarbarbarbar );
A subroutine call:
print checkbox_group( -name => 'words', -values => [qw(eenie meenie minie moe)], -defaults => [qw(eenie minie)], );
The idea is to have each 'thing' on it's own line (with trailing commas where applicable), and line up the closing bracket or paren directly under what opened it.


(the triplet paradiddle with high-hat)