Making some methods mostly contain method calls, while others doing “the lowest level” work [duplicate]
So I thought about this, and I don't know if it's included or not in any methodology. I think the advantages of this coding style is that, at the lowest level, the code is extremely testable, and ...
I read from the seminal Code Complete book that method statements that require to be executed in order passing parameter from one to the next is a code smell and is an example of a sequential ...
I know the idea of strong cohesion applies to methods as much it applies to classes. Just to be clear when I say strong cohesion of a method I mean a method which does only one task and does it well. ...
For example, is it better to do: Pdf pdf = new Pdf(); pdf.Print(); or: Pdf pdf = new Pdf(); PdfPrinter printer = new PdfPrinter(); printer.Print(pdf); Another example: Country m = new ...