no, no I don't use if(true). That's useless, unless true is defined as a variable that changes value. Anyway, for example I have this piece of code:
I only define what happens if a conditin is true, I don't define what to do if it's not.
for (j=0; j< vars.NumScan; j++)
for( i=0; i< FAD.vectDL.size(); i++)
if ( strncmp(FAD.vectDL[i].Param, "ENDL", 4) != 0 && strncmp(FAD.vectDL[i].Param, "END", 3) != 0)
mtxVicVals[j][k], TempWord) == 1)
//fprintf(out, "%08x ", TempWord);