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0xcmf13496yTry not using line breaks as well.
See if he enjoys reading 100 lines of code in one lengthy single line!
Ronald2726yNest ternary statements with streams and lambdas and use method references, generics, and regular expressions whenever possible to increase code readability.
grublle4046yIf it was her that read our code, she just sets the rules. Just pure evil.
I still use tabs though.
I guess the main lesson learned is how to work in a team that handles a specific code convention. No matter how good a programmer you are, working with other programmers on the same project is also a skill.
SionX3716yTry editing yaml files for saltstack with tabs! Error messages are everywhere.
YAML is space sensitive so nowadays I use spaces everywhere instead of tabs
Trymory1026yFack your professor give em one long a2s line of code and ask him to self check it while you watch. And punish that bastard.
Forget tabs vs. spaces, just use semicolons.