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How To Write Modular Code By Following 2 Simple Principles

You need to follow 2 simple principles

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Writing modular code is a giant step to becoming a professional developer. Significant projects include many programmers working on thousands of lines of code. You'll quickly lose track of what particular code does in such an environment.

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Arnold Abraham

German software engineer who helps aspiring coders to learn software development enjoyably where fun & emotions come first to learn on the fly 😉 arnoldcode.com

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