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if (positive){} else return; vs if(negative) return;

Hey guys, so I'm a bit confused with this matter.

So which method actually performs better and is more secure? And why are both used in common in a file written by the same person?

 // METHOD 1
 
 bool SomeFunction()
 {
 if (Positive)
 {
 // do stuff
 return true;
 }
 else return false;
 }
 
 // METHOD 2
 bool SomeFunction()
 {
 if (Negative) return false;
 
 // do stuff
 return true;
 }
Product Version: UE 4.8
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asked Nov 30 '15 at 01:47 PM in C++ Programming

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It is more a question of what you need to write clearly and quickly and not a performance/standard coding/secure thing. Although, you do not need the "else" word in the Method 1.

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answered Nov 30 '15 at 02:04 PM

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