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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.


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In reply to (jeffa) Re: Logical expression style by jeffa
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