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Any arithmetic operator should be surrounded by proper white space;
for example:
for (int i = 0; i < x.size(); i++)
return x / y;
versus this:
for (int i=0; i<x.size(); i++)
return x/y;
try/catch/finally blocks should look like this:
try {
} catch (Exception exceptionType1) {
} catch (Exception exceptionType2) {
} finally {
Separate declarations, variable names, and default values by a single
All fields in an object must be declared prior to the methods for the
objects. Class fields should be declared prior to instance fields.
When setting a local field, use the same parameter name; for example:
public void
setName(String name)
{ = name;
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hires. As you can see, a coding standards document doesn't have to be long to
be effective. It should address issues that are important to the programming
teams and their clients, both internal and external.
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