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Is this the correct way of indenting java code?
I have a function, which underwards performs SQL Queries. Therefore, it receives long string as a parameter. Automatically my IDE tabs the code this way:
"SELECT gam.* FROM whatever gam INNER JOIN any g ON g.anyid = gam.anyid " + // 8 spaces / 2 tabs
"WHERE g.anyfield = " + anyVar)); // 12 spaces / 3 tabs
Where I would normally write it like:
"SELECT gam.* FROM whatever gam INNER JOIN any g ON g.anyid = gam.anyid " + // 4 spaces / 1 tab
"WHERE g.anyfield = " + anyVar)); // 4 spaces / 1 tab
Is there any reason why it is indented this way?