I personally use same format rules as You. But I’m missing one important thing for young c/c++ programmers - information about declaration of multiple pointer variables. Because “int* a, b, c” results in A being pointer. B and C are normal int variables. Thus you should write “int *a, *b, *c” to create three pointers. Basically I don’t use this and prefer to create three separate declarations.
Thanks for pointing that out! That is indeed an argument for right-alignment, and I found it mentioned in technical documentation elsewhere.
You're also correct, however, that initializing three variables like that is typically bad form anyway. So, one could argue that if you avoid that practice as a rule, left-alignment still wins the day.
Edited the article to include all that. :)
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