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How to Write Self-Documenting Code

Only one way to do it!

What is self-documenting code?

I love documenting code and systems. Many don’t. A major argument against documents is that they get outdated as the system evolves. And the faster a system evolves, the faster its documentation gets outdated. Ironically, this is the very type of system which needs the most up-to-date documentation!

An argument is often made, therefore, for self-documenting code. This is ostensibly the kind of code that doesn’t need separate…

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