Here’s a creative idea I’d never considered before. I’ve written code like this, but accidentally, and then it looks wrong so I change it back. Here’s a quick example:
if ( 42 == myInt ) as opposed to if ( myInt == 42 )
The former may be better to use because occasionally we all forget to put that second “=” in there, and we accidentally turn our comparison operator into an assignment operator. Compilers will complain if you try to assign a value to “42”, but not if you try to assign 42 to a variable, and that’ll make it easier to catch your mistake.