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    Editorial Reviews. From the Back Cover. Even bad code can function. But if code isn't clean, eBook features: . Robert C. “Uncle Bob” Martin has been a software professional since and an international software consultant since This is my personal reading list of books related to programming language:) for becoming a better programmer - krishna/MyBooks. Overall, Clean Architecture is a tough read and Uncle Bob left me with I'm struggling through "Clean Code" by Robert Martin right now and.

    Even bad code can function. Every year, countless hours and significant resources are lost because of poorly written code. Noted software expert Robert C. Martin presents a revolutionary paradigm with Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship. What kind of work will you be doing?

    Too Many Arguments F2: Output Arguments F3: Flag Arguments F4: Dead Function General G1: Obvious Behavior Is Unimplemented G3: Incorrect Behavior at the Boundaries G4: Overridden Safeties G5: Duplication G6: Code at Wrong Level of Abstraction G7: Too Much Information G9: Dead Code G Vertical Separation G Inconsistency G Clutter G Artificial Coupling G Feature Envy G Selector Arguments G Obscured Intent G Misplaced Responsibility G Inappropriate Static G Use Explanatory Variables G Understand the Algorithm G Make Logical Dependencies Physical G Follow Standard Conventions G Be Precise G Structure over Convention G Encapsulate Conditionals G Avoid Negative Conditionals G Hidden Temporal Couplings G Encapsulate Boundary Conditions G Avoid Transitive Navigation Java J1: Constants versus Enums Names N1: Choose Descriptive Names N2: Unambiguous Names N5: Avoid Encodings N7: Names Should Describe Side-Effects.

    Tests T1: Insufficient Tests T2: Use a Coverage Tool!

    Test Boundary Conditions T6: I wonder how old that comment is. Someone must have changed the code after the comment was written.

    And I grabbed the keyboard and deleted the comment. We can make it right. In once case they separated the comment from the function it described.

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    In the second case they changed the algorithm to disagree with the comment. Since nobody apparently bothered to read the comment, the comment must be useless.

    Once we fix it the comment will be right, and will help other people who read through this module. I sighed and brought up Clean Code rule C2 on the screen. C2: Obsolete Comment A comment that has gotten old, irrelevant, and incorrect is obsolete.

    Comments get old quickly. It is best not to write a comment that will become obsolete.

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    If you find an obsolete comment, it is best to update it or get rid of it as quickly as possible. Obsolete comments tend to migrate away from the code they once described.

    They become floating islands of irrelevance and misdirection in the code.

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