Specify parenthesization style for generated code.
Category: Code Generation > Code Style
(Optimize for readability)
Inserts parentheses only where required by ANSI® C or C++, or to override default precedence. For example:
Out = In2 - In1 > 1.0 && In2 > 2.0;
If you generate C/C++ code using the minimum level, for certain settings in some compilers, you can receive compiler warnings. To eliminate these warnings, try the nominal level.
Inserts parentheses in a way that compromises between readability and visual complexity. For example:
Out = ((In2 - In1 > 1.0) && (In2 > 2.0));
Includes parentheses to specify meaning without relying on operator precedence. Code generated with this setting conforms to MISRA® requirements. For example:
Out = (((In2 - In1) > 1.0) && (In2 > 2.0));
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