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SubjectRe: Coding style: do_this(a,b) vs. do_this(a, b)
> Coding style document is not consistent with
> itself on whether there should be space after
> ","... This makes it standartize on ", " option.

You can read it both ways, right? It's easy.
I can't even see the difference unless I'm
looking for it.

We don't need any more bureaucracy.

do_this(a, b);
do_this (a,b);
do_this (a, b);

I can read them all. I might notice the space in
front of the '(', but I might not. Even putting a
space in front of the ';' isn't unreadable.

People will pass laws until they are choked off,
unable to move without being in violation of some
silly little thing.

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