CCoding Style - Be Clear2
Be Clear ...
Some constructs seem to invite abuse. The ?: operator can lead to mysterious code:
child = (!LC&&!RC)?0:(!LC?RC:LC);
It’s almost impossible to figure out what this code does without following all the possible paths through the expression.
if( LC == 0 && RC == 0 ) child = 0; else if( LC == 0 ) child = RC; else child = LC;