RexTalionis: I prefer to write my code in a gigantic single line. Screw you, readability! As long as it compiles, it's good!
blue_2501: 1. 3 spaces, because it's the same length as "if ".2. No tabs, because tabs fark up vertical alignment, and cause major spacing headaches3. Compact control readability style, because well, that's what you should be using4. Allow for vertical alignment because you can really find mistakes this way
SoundOfOneHandWanking: no tabs, it confuses some editors
Abner Doon: Hard tabs mean that the code looks like ass if I use a different tab-stop than anyone else, so you end up having to standardize on that instead of the number of spaces. Totally useless solution.
Abner Doon: This comes up when you do things like break argument lists onto separate lines (for grouping by meaning or because the line would be too long, etc.) or in chained function calls, etc.
// lets say [tab] is a tab and | is a space
Another example// lets say [tab] is a tab and | is a space
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