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Timestamp:
09/09/2023 09:26:01 AM (8 months ago)
Author:
SergeyBiryukov
Message:

Coding Standards: Use pre-increment/decrement for stand-alone statements.

Note: This is enforced by WPCS 3.0.0:

  1. There should be no space between an increment/decrement operator and the variable it applies to.
  2. Pre-increment/decrement should be favoured over post-increment/decrement for stand-alone statements. “Pre” will in/decrement and then return, “post” will return and then in/decrement. Using the “pre” version is slightly more performant and can prevent future bugs when code gets moved around.

References:

Props jrf.
See #59161, #58831.

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  • trunk/src/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-posts-list-table.php

    r56450 r56549  
    899899            }
    900900
    901             $count++;
     901            ++$count;
    902902
    903903            if ( isset( $children_pages ) ) {
     
    918918                    }
    919919
    920                     $count++;
     920                    ++$count;
    921921                }
    922922            }
     
    993993                while ( $my_parent = array_pop( $my_parents ) ) {
    994994                    $to_display[ $my_parent->ID ] = $level - $num_parents;
    995                     $num_parents--;
     995                    --$num_parents;
    996996                }
    997997            }
     
    10011001            }
    10021002
    1003             $count++;
     1003            ++$count;
    10041004
    10051005            $this->_page_rows( $children_pages, $count, $page->ID, $level + 1, $pagenum, $per_page, $to_display );
     
    10981098                    }
    10991099
    1100                     $this->current_level++;
     1100                    ++$this->current_level;
    11011101                    $find_main_page = (int) $parent->post_parent;
    11021102
     
    20862086
    20872087            <?php
    2088             $bulk++;
     2088            ++$bulk;
    20892089        endwhile;
    20902090        ?>
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