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In our world, and our code reviews, this one line stuff has to go.
The coding standards should dictate the formatting.

BUT: The Situation can dictate exceptions. We have defensible and in-defensible deviations.
Blocks of similar code where reading one line is effectively the same in the block, we allow
the one line to create a "tabular" view of what is transpiring.

BTW, I don't consider breaking down the code into properly formatted statements to be dumbing down the code. I also think that different companies CAN AND SHOULD have different coding standards!

But overall, I believe if you can pick up a piece of code, and not know if YOU wrote it, or someone else on your team wrote it... Then you are cooking with gas.

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