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comment What's your favourite quote about programming?
@Roger Pate:Not at all!
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comment “Comments are a code smell”
@Lenny222: Yes, comments can become stale...which is usually indicative of lazy programmers. If the comment describes why a descision was made, why the code uses a particular algorithm for computation, or describes how the code functions, then there is no reason for the comment to become stale other than someone changing the implementation and not updating the comment accordingly -- which is equivalent to being lazy.
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comment What's your favourite quote about programming?
@Roger Pate: I suspect you're right, most people don't realize there is more to the quote.
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answered Does your company have a coding standard?
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comment Why aren't macros included in most modern programming languages?
@Casebash: Of course, the macro should be documented just like any other source code...but in practice it I have rarely seen it done.
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