Redundant Parentheses

As in algebra, it’s acceptable to place unnecessary parentheses in an expression to make the expression clearer. These are called redundant parentheses. For example, the preceding assignment statement could be parenthesized as follows:

 y = ( a * x * x ) + ( b * x ) + c;

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