Secret ingredients to quality software


Do you refactor your code and keep methods short?

Last updated by Matt Goldman on 14 Dec 2020 08:44 pm (7 months ago) See History

Refactoring is all about making code easier to understand and cheaper to modify without changing its behavior.

As a rule of thumb, no method should be greater than 50 lines of code. Long-winded methods are the bane of any developer and should be avoided at all costs. Instead, a method of 50 lines or more should be broken down into smaller functions.

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