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10 reasons why you should place comments in your code

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Actual. Human. Readable. Comments. Whether you are writing codes in PHP, JavaScript, TypeScript, Java, C, C#, Rust, Python and many other multitudes of computer language, many seemed to have forgotten (or leave out completely) the art of commenting on your code.

Code Integrated Development Environment (IDE) such as Atom and VS Code has already provided a way to quickly…

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