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comment Self Documenting Code Vs. Commented Code
@Steven - "On the other hand, you often see API's where every function is commented, just because 'comments are good'. The things which should have been commented still aren't." Ugh, so frustratingly true!
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comment How often do you run & test your code while programming?
Well its not the age of the model so much as the fact that it was the "budget" line. :(
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comment What to do if I hate C++ header files?
@BlaXpirit - It appears you may have touched a nerve for some people. ;) Personally, I like to stay DRY, so I hate the duplication, too.
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comment How often do you run & test your code while programming?
"I know I am finished writing implementation code when all of my test cases pass." - How do you determine if you wrote all the necessary test cases?
Dec
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answered Do you actually write 'clean code'?
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comment Is there any reason to use C++ instead of C, Perl, Python, etc.?
Hooray, you used the 'class' keyword. Now you understand OO design!
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comment Is there any reason to use C++ instead of C, Perl, Python, etc.?
@James "well written C++" - there's the catch :(
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answered How often do you run & test your code while programming?
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