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You're free to ignore the spoiler. It's the previous way this question was set up.

How do you write your curly brackets?

  • K&R style
  • Variant: 1TBS
  • Allman style
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  • Compact control readability style
  • Other, they all suck
  • Style? I dunno, that's done in the automated integration process
  • With special thanks to Tux for giving me a refined, "poll-ready" list. If you need help with the style names, please visit the Wikipedia page on the matter.

    In reply to Re: poll ideas quest 2013 by B-Man
    in thread poll ideas quest 2013 by pollsters

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