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accepted What is the best way to prove that in-code documentation is greater than extensive external documentation?
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comment What is the best way to prove that in-code documentation is greater than extensive external documentation?
@EricKing eureka! source control diffs! that's a excellent suggestion.
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comment What is the best way to prove that in-code documentation is greater than extensive external documentation?
@EricKing external documentation tailored to the developer, who will never look at them, and will rather, look into the code.
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comment What is the best way to prove that in-code documentation is greater than extensive external documentation?
@EricKing just cause you cant imagine it, doesn't mean it doesn't exist. its a huge thing. and i do not want to follow it blindly
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comment What is the best way to prove that in-code documentation is greater than extensive external documentation?
i think you missed the point somewhat. When would you ever have thought "man i really want to see a screen shot of the before and after code from this function"
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comment What is the best way to prove that in-code documentation is greater than extensive external documentation?
@hardmath Yes there is. Our users enter QA period periodically. But the QA documentation and test scripts are written by the dev team, and is not included under the umbrella of this question.
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