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Chapter A Meta Code Style Guide
I like relatively tight whitespace. The preceding code has the same effect and intention as the following code, which is mftacode it should be written that way:. In other words, you can declare a variable in the context in which it is used inside a loop, inside a then block or an else block, etc. If those functions are small enough and have meaningful names, you can often avoid comments.
Three parts of a code base help:. Avoid global variables Best Practice: Coerce a value to a type via BooleanNumberStringObject used as functions—never use those functions as constructors. Several constructors produce objects that can also be created by literals.
Code Should Be Consistent. Here are some guidelines for doing that:. Changing undefined explains why.
Here, a block is more closely associated with the header of its statement; it starts after it, in the same line. For most code, the time used for reading it is much greater than the time used for writing it.
RAVE – the Radial Velocity Experiment
Documentation should fill in the blanks left by the code and the comments. The rationale is that metacove convention is more descriptive: Tight whitespace I like relatively tight whitespace.
How much whitespace after parentheses, between statements, etc. And there are spaces after commas: If you return an object literal, you must put metacide opening brace in the same line as the keyword returnlike this otherwise, automatic semicolon insertion inserts a semicolon after returnmeaning that nothing is returned; see Pitfall: A Meta Code Style Guide.
Most code bases are filled with new ideas and concepts. I prefer four spaces per level of indentation, because that makes the indentation more visible. The advantages of this approach are that deleting, inserting, and rearranging lines is simpler and the lines are automatically indented correctly. Obviously, an object literal is not a code block, but things look more consistent and you are less likely to make mistakes if both are formatted the same way.
Whenever you are considering a style question, ask yourself: It is metzcode important to make the former as easy as possible.
As an exception, I omit braces if a statement can be written in a single line. In contrast to textbooks, the added challenge with code is that people will not read it linearly. More tips for using constructors are mentioned in Tips for Implementing Constructors.
First, familiar things are metacoce to understand.
This helps with reading, because it is easier to make out the scope of the operator: