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answered Should I consider loosely-coupling for class methods as well?
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comment Time-complexity of nested for loop
Well, he is summing the numbers from 1 to n-1, but yes, the concept and everything else is correct.
Jun
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comment Loose Coupling in Object Oriented Design
I agree with the idea, but lose the 'I' prefix. From Clean Code, by Robert Martin, page 24: "The preceding I, so common in today's legacy wads, is a distraction at best and too much information at worst. I don't want my users knowing that I'm handing them an interface."
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