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Discussion on: Write better code and be a better programmer by NEVER USING ELSE statements

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Anirudh Sharma

@dglsparsons , excellent points. However, the code examples are a little difficult to read as all of the code is in the same line. Better readability can be achieved if it is something like below.

function doSomething() { 
    if (!something.OK()) { 
        // return or throw error 
    } 
   return something.Do()
}
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Douglas Parsons Author

Hey - thanks for pointing this out. I'm not sure what's happened there.

I've fixed it now, so hopefully its much easier to read!

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GrayStrider

New line before return please :3