From: Michele Calgaro <michele.calgaro@...>

Date: Wed, 21 Jan 2015 07:35:47 +0900

Date: Wed, 21 Jan 2015 07:35:47 +0900

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA512 On 01/21/2015 01:53 AM, Sl�vek Banko wrote: > Two spaces seem to me sufficient to good readability, while there was no violated clarity. > > Writing assignments and conditions in the 'for' without spaces results in inconsistence style with herself. Or, if > you propose to remove spaces in assignments and conditions in all code, will make hard to read all code. > > For example - without spaces it simply disgust: > > for (x=1,y=5; x<10&&y>0; x++,y--) { } > > > with spaces It's not beautiful, but at least readable: > > for (x = 1, y = 5; x < 10 && y > 0; x++, y--) { } > > > Therefore, the use of two spaces seems to me the least painful. Just my two cents. I also think the second is more readable than the first. Alternatively we can go for for (x = 1, y = 5; x < 10 && y > 0; x++, y--) although it is a waste of vertical space IMO. cheers Michele -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1 iQIcBAEBCgAGBQJUvthDAAoJECp1t8qK3tXPxAwP/jmX6yk3+XBF4exoJ8G/wIM2 8eVMn0u/KopQhSPxi3ODV5LZdVcwpCU6V5j9VPucQu17unSKSj1CFds+suyP+k1D Ayhbmy/OPPuaMwd+nqa/SgA9W2iX7Fw/j9Fe/qzlBX/cbh+nrYkW88iLjGN4X2sa +eOhffaIU/5kT/2ef/8r858OG3OCsZOnA2Gx2JDiueAelBxnHpEeXP3RjHyvQSEP cSipmgazAXVS8zS7xRIQUhiAswbg0UUZTgWY56Ia+bodyt12J8rMQYmGi94WRAGq asOe4pZgbMzPSKn4u3Y1fSTOG7X/gGWWRLjCuXFqY/u15pZeIzZRIcxxYCCFVC+E A4KJ52lKtXhwUcPsYQjKK1fduLAwUD85vTLWn+pGIj1cKxFgIrYkZjuUd3Gcszrl dAV348MmbA1/MmmC0vRkDkcpLnDDd8BLWrfMrfhFCb1tIigBSY0zhpyb4E0NQTka i5SgEnAHibafES1twYmBFnVHddkEv7mDF1QkwlhNo2kIQHBmS5PNKEn4kBm0zL7m xP1QbN2PqWZX53CpoemnmB1WDK09LEK0uHVzL0CTuus677pRjHlkK2ENRaK/bqVt 49BllLl4MC7HAlyUdUZasoyd+x7IfSOJN2G8W+Ohdu//QWW/PC2Xa2chrf7G6gME ekOeB8nKg/PcIXevidLf =smeT -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----