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I try and avoid thinking about it! Actually what I do is run things through perltidy and live with the results. For instance, the code:
if ($a or $b or $c or $d or $e or $f or $g or $h or $i or $j or $k or +$l or $m or $n) { }
when run through perltidy comes out like:
if ( $a or $b or $c or $d or $e or $f or $g or $h or $i or $j or $k or $l or $m or $n ) { }
Skipping lightly over endless arguments about just where the "damn curly brace"™ should go gives me extra time to realize that the silly thing is missing or the like!

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"Never try to teach a pig to sing…it wastes your time and it annoys the pig."

In reply to Re: Logical expression style by hsmyers
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