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Sometimes you find yourself writing a stupidly long line of code, in my case:
OutputImage(file, allFaces.Where(f => f.Proportion > double.Parse(ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["LowerBound"].ToString()) && f.Proportion < double.Parse(ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["UpperBound"].ToString())).ToList().OrderBy(f => f.Proportion).ThenByDescending(f => f.Rectangle.Height).FirstOrDefault());

That will auto-wrap on here but you get the idea.

Well, obviously I can shorten that line (but lengthen the code slightly) by splitting out the config setting retrievals:
double lowerBound = double.Parse(ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["LowerBound"].ToString());
double upperBound = double.Parse(ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["UpperBound"].ToString());

reducing the "offending" line to:
OutputImage(file, allFaces.Where(f => f.Proportion > lowerBound && f.Proportion < upperBound).ToList().OrderBy(f => f.Proportion).ThenByDescending(f => f.Rectangle.Height).FirstOrDefault());


But given that I'm not using those settings more than once, should I really be doing that? Two short-lived variables aren't going to make too much difference but I'm still doing it for cosmetic reasons and that can't be good ...

Either way, it's easy enough to split a method call where there are half a ton of arguments over several lines of text but what about when it's just one of the arguments that's causing the thing to scroll for miles? (Lambdas being a common cause of this).

Hardly a matter of life and death but I'd be interested to hear the thoughts of others on this.
Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect. - Mark Twain

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