Originally Posted by Hassat Hunter
I generally prefer it all in one line, makes it easier to go through scripts if containing a lot of code, and easier to see what's wrong if the compiler gives a line error.
The debugger is sometimes pretty vague about what's wrong, though. In Fallen Guardian's case, it probably just said "syntax error at &&" or whatever, and since there are a handful on those lines, figuring out what's wrong is that much harder. If you have every condition on a different line, then you get more useful data - it would flag all of them.