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Code Inspection: Empty statement is redundant

Rider detects empty statements (;) that are used in a context where they are not necessary. An example of a redundant empty statement is an empty statement within a block. To improve code readability, Rider suggests removing redundant empty statements.

while (DoSomething()) ; // empty statement is required by the context while (DoSomething()) { ; // empty statement is redundant }
Last modified: 11 October 2017

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