Put Kotlin Arguments on Separate Lines

Use quick intentions to improve the readability of your code

If you have a method with a long signature, or a Kotlin class with a lot of properties, you can press ⌥⏎ (macOS) / Alt+Enter (Windows/Linux), and select Put Arguments on Separate Lines to make it more readable.

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