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How do you call the process of taking a part of a function and making an individual function of it?

I know there was a technical term for this. I'm just can't remember what it was. If the title needs clarification, here is what I mean; If this is the old code: Result foobar(Param1,Param2,Param3) { ...
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What do you need to succeed with Agile?

Agile adoption can fail in some organizations, I even worked for a company where waterfall was the only (the true) way but only because they tried Agile on a project and failed. When I asked the ...
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What is the point of the prototype method?

I am reading through Javascript: The Good Parts, and struggled to get my head around the section on prototypes. After a little google, I came to the conclusion that it is to add properties to objects ...
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What process do you normally use when attempting to debug a problem/issue/bug with your software? [closed]

Most people seem to treat debugging as an art, rather than a science. For those here which treat it as a science, rather than an art - what process(es) do you normally use when faced with a new ...
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How do you keep track of large projects?

When dealing with a project that has many different files, I always seem to loose track of how the parts interact with one another. I've never really had much of a problem understanding smaller ...
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Suggestions to manage semi-structured email bounces?

The company I work for sends a lot of emails, and in return we get a lot of bounces. We currently don't have a good way of sorting them and help us archive the routine ones while putting the important ...
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Domain analysis - why OFF points are inside of the domain when the border is open

I have asked on a few other sites, no response but it must be something silly as many authors mention in their books. Here is the best text I found: My ultimate question is: Why the OFF point lies ...
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Domain analysis for discrete values - ON and OFF points in these cases

Following my previous question (with great answer from Bart van Ingen Schenau), I noticed a discrepancy I could not wrap my head around: Bart mentioned that: The point ON the boundary is by ...