Writing Clean and Modular Code

Let’s help each other be the best programmers we can be. Credit for the image here
Image found here: https://blog.jetbrains.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/pycharm-refactoring4.png
The site is free! You just enter in your code, click the ‘check code’ button, and results will appear as above. This is beneficial to see exact lines and columns of your code that need to be cleaned up!
Short clip of clean code from my Github here implementing a Binary Search Tree :)

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