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Indentation with Let Statements


Indentation with Let Statements

By : Kyobum Keum
Date : November 22 2020, 10:31 AM
seems to work fine I'm afraid I'm tapped out on understanding this and the let block in general. , The in has to line up with the let or be on the same line:
code :
| otherwise = let (x, xrst) = break tf xs
              in [[x], splitWith tf (tail xrst)]
| otherwise =
    let (x, xrst) = break tf xs
    in [[x], splitWith tf (tail xrst)]


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Formatting/indentation for using statements (C#)

Formatting/indentation for using statements (C#)


By : user2297168
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem As others have said, always use braces. However, there's one idiom which somewhat goes against this and uses the "non-indentation":
code :
using (Resource1 res1 = new Resource1())
using (Resource2 res2 = new Resource2())
using (Resource3 res3 = new Resource3())
{
    // Do stuff with res1, res2 and res3
}
Indentation of preprocessor statements in C

Indentation of preprocessor statements in C


By : Bruce Armstrong
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue The short answer is: auto-indentation on editors follow established language guidelines, and what you are trying to do is not considered 'good practice' and thus has not been implemented in any editor (that I've seen at least).
Longer answer: The C language does not have any indentation rules, so any indentation done is by established practice. And different people have different opinions on what their ideal of established practice is. Specifically for preprocessor conditionals, I have never seen anyone use any additional depth - and IMO that would be bad practice as it would get terribly confusing when intermixed with the language conditionals (i.e. if (code)) Take a look at these 2 basic examples:
code :
    if (conditional1)
        action1();
#if compileoption1
        else if (conditional2)
            action2();
#else
        action3();
#endif
#if compileoption1
    if (conditional1)
#endif
    action1();
Multiple If Statements Indentation Error?

Multiple If Statements Indentation Error?


By : yuryyak
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help The problem appears to be in your first block.
Your code (with added indentations to show the flow):
code :
If Awarding = "First Half All Credits in One Half" Or Awarding = "Second Half Only" Then
     If LEU.Value <> "" And PLEU < CalcElig Then
         Payment1.Value = PLEU
         If PAmtUnused < CalcElig Then
            'This will write over Payment1.Value if both If conditions are satisfied.
             Payment1.Value = PAmtUnused
         Else: Payment1.Value = Payment1.Value = Round(CLng(PSchAward) *      PTotalAyWeeks / PMinAyWeeks / 2, 0)
      'The else condition will write over Payment1.Value if the second If condition is not satisfied.
         End If
'Payment1.Value is NEVER set if the first IF statement evaluates to FALSE,
' and it is written over if the first IF statement evaluates to TRUE!!
         PPayment1 = Payment1.Value
         PPayment2 = 0
         TotalPayment = PPayment1 + PPayment2
     End If
End If
If Awarding = "First Half All Credits in One Half" Or Awarding = "Second Half Only" Then
    If LEU.Value <> "" And PLEU < CalcElig Then
        Payment1.Value = PLEU
    ElseIf PAmtUnused < CalcElig Then
        Payment1.Value = PAmtUnused
    Else: Payment1.Value = Payment1.Value = Round(CLng(PSchAward) *      PTotalAyWeeks / PMinAyWeeks / 2, 0)
    End If

    PPayment1 = Payment1.Value
    PPayment2 = 0
    TotalPayment = PPayment1 + PPayment2

End If
Else: Payment1.Value = Payment1.Value = Round(CLng(PSchAward) *      PTotalAyWeeks / PMinAyWeeks / 2, 0)
 Else: Payment1.Value = (Payment1.Value = Round(CLng(PSchAward) *      PTotalAyWeeks / PMinAyWeeks / 2, 0))
Else: Payment1.Value = Round(CLng(PSchAward) *      PTotalAyWeeks / PMinAyWeeks / 2, 0)
More Return Statements vs. More Indentation

More Return Statements vs. More Indentation


By : ettan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you You can actually go either way though I tend to prefer the latter since it immediately calls out the "failure" condition. My personal preference would be to have a blank line following the first return since it calls out that condition even more (and I'm a big fan of comments):
Indentation of blocks within case statements in vim

Indentation of blocks within case statements in vim


By : Eduardo Cruz
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further I'm trying to get vim to play nicely with GTK's coding style by setting cinoptions but I can't figure out what to use for case statements. , From the vim :help cino-:
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