Code Inspection: Unnecessary 'else' branch
else branches in
if statements whose bodies always execute a terminating statement such as
throw. Such branches are redundant and can be safely omitted.
In the following example, if the condition evaluates to
$a is returned and the function execution is immediately terminated. The statement
return $b; can only be reached if the condition evaluates to
false, so after the quick-fix is applied, the code is simplified by unwrapping the
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