I hope you're doing well. I have a question regarding the usage of constants in conditional statements or switch-case statements. I'm currently working on a project where I need to implement a bunch of conditional logic, and I want to make sure I'm following best practices.
I have a few constants in my code, and I'm wondering if there are any specific guidelines or recommended practices for using constants in conditional statements. For example, is it better to compare directly with the constant value, or should I assign it to a variable first?
Similarly, I'm also curious about any guidelines for using constants in switch-case statements. Is there a preferred way to handle constants in this context? Should I list all the possible constant values in each case, or is there a more efficient way to structure these statements?
I want to make my code as clean and readable as possible, and I believe understanding the best practices for using constants in conditional and switch-case statements will be really helpful.
Thank you in advance for your guidance and suggestions!