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When writing +JavaScript code, nested ternary conditional operators can be useful. In some cases, e.g. to promote better code readability, you may want to outlaw that practice. Armed with a code parser, a simplistic code analysis allows such a pattern detection.
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people love nested ternary in QML. I think it does make some performance difference since the 'v4' parser can handle it easier since it lacks scopes. But it gets scary...
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