Does the saying, "form follows function" hold true in programming or language-design? Why or why not?
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It does, in that the way a program is organized will be determined by the functionality required.
With that being said, "form follows function" says nothing about the quality of the form. Only that the requirements of the functionality play a major part of the form of the design.