Cleanup code before commit

Remove all the redundant parenthesis and other unneeded code before commit

Sometimes an extra pair of parenthesis make their way into our code. Since it's not needed to improve the clarity or help the code function in any way, its better to remove it. That's why, it's useful to run a Cleanup step before the code reaches upstream.

How to use: Invoke the Commit using ⌘K (macOS) / Ctrl+K (Windows/Linux), then select the Commit options, and select the Cleanup feature.


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