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Programming is not only a question of "works" and "does not work", but also a question of style.
 
Programming is not only a question of "works" and "does not work", but also a question of style.
Remind that programs are written once, then altered and read many times.
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Remember that programs are written once, then altered and read many times.
Because of this, saving keystrokes when typing code is not so important like assistance for understanding and for modifications.
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Because of this, saving keystrokes when typing code is not so important compared to assistance for understanding and for modifications.
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Latest revision as of 22:52, 27 May 2009

Programming is not only a question of "works" and "does not work", but also a question of style. Remember that programs are written once, then altered and read many times. Because of this, saving keystrokes when typing code is not so important compared to assistance for understanding and for modifications.