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comment Is it always a best practice to write a function for anything that needs to repeat twice?
Note that there are some cases in which greet(user) -- or even better, user.greet() -- make sense. What if some users need to be greeted in Hindi and others in Bengali? What if some users prefer a quick greeting at the top of the page, while others like a pop-up window warmly welcome them, while others hate all greetings? Isolating that code in a single place can be a huge help, but only if you think you'll need that isolation. If not, it's just a waste of space.
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answered Which is the preferable design for my Gateway?
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revised Illusory code duplication
Added a link to the Stategy pattern so people can read up about it
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answered Storing PageViews Count Data in MongoDB
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comment Complex iterators in C
The first/next structure immediately makes me think of en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CAR_and_CDR -- I don't know if that has a particular name, though.
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revised Are there any famous one-man-army programmers?
Incorporated one of the comments, which makes a pretty important point.
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comment Should a newcomer to Perl learn both Perl 5 and 6?
Perl 6 doesn't use regexes, it uses rules (and they're awesome!): en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perl_6_rules