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    SubjectRe: kernel guide to space
    Hi,

    On 7/11/05, Michael S. Tsirkin <mst@mellanox.co.il> wrote:

    > 3e. sizeof
    > space after the operator
    > sizeof a

    If braces are used no spaces please : sizeof(struct foo)

    >
    > 4c. Breaking long lines
    > Descendants are always substantially shorter than the parent
    > and are placed substantially to the right.
    > Documentation/CodingStyle
    >
    > Descendant must be indented at least to the level of the innermost
    > compound expression in the parent. All descendants at the same level
    > are indented the same.
    > if (foobar(.................................) + barbar * foobar(bar +
    > foo *
    > oof)) {
    > }

    Ugh, that's as ugly as it can get... Something like below is much
    easier to read...

    if (foobar(.................................) +
    barbar * foobar(bar + foo * oof)) {
    }

    --
    Dmitry
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