1675Re: [jslint] Unexpected use of ++
- Dec 13 7:08 AMI for one think the message/error is pretty clear. You turned on an option to disallow the use of '++'. Then you used '++'. That seems 'unexpected' to me.
It is not the way in which you use '++' that is unexpected, but that you use it at all.
From: grahamj_42 [mailto:grahamj42@...]
Sent: Mon, 13 Dec 2010 15:55:32 +0100
Subject: Re: [jslint] Unexpected use of ++
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Brant Gurganus <brant@...> wrote:
> Besides what grahamj_42 indicated, citing a reference for a different
> language doesn't make sense. If such a thing existed, cite K&R
> seen encourage bad practices. However, that's a discussion for some
> other list.
However, you missed the irony in my post. As anyone who has learned C finds this way of writing a loop natural, 'i++' is to be expected, and if JSLint doesn't like this perfectly unambiguous expression, it should criticise it in different terms.
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