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SubjectRe: coding style for long conditions
David Brownell <> writes:

> So in practical terms "\n \t" and "\n\t" are identical;
> although the former "should not" be used, it doesn't
> actually affect what CodingStyle is primarily trying to
> control (i.e. what the code looks like).

That's not what CodingStyle is trying to control. Not "what the
code looks like" at all.

Think why this line is here at the end of Chapter 1.

Get a decent editor and don't leave whitespace at the end of lines.

By the way, "git show --color 0aa599c -- drivers/usb/net/usbnet.h"
would catch this kind of breakage if you have git.

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