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comment Is using ELSE bad programming?
Well i just replaced the code blocks within the question. If you read my first comment i said that i prefer using if(value!=true) instead of if(!value). I hope you can see the difference between if(value) and if(!value). I meant i don't use complement operator. Otherwise you are right, true means true.
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comment Is using ELSE bad programming?
Well it's my style, to improve readability. You may write if(!value) but i prefer if(value != true)
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answered Is using ELSE bad programming?
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answered A programmer should concentrate on at least how many languages?
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