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What Is Clean Code?

Reciteam "Clean Code" zilele astea și am dat peste definițiile date de către mai multi programatori a cea ce înseamna un cod curat. Mai jos găsiți aceste citate:
I like my code to be elegant and efficient. The logic should be straightforward to make it hard for bugs to hide, the dependencies minimal to ease maintenance, error handling complete according to an articulated strategy, and performance close to optimal so as not to tempt people to make the code messy with unprincipled optimizations. Clean code does one thing well.
Bjarne Stroustrup

Clean code is simple and direct. Clean codereads like well-written prose. Clean code neverobscures the designer’s intent but rather is fullof crisp abstractions and straightforward linesof control.
Grady Booch

Clean code can be read, and enhanced by adeveloper other than its original author. It hasunit and acceptance tests. It has meaningfulnames. It provides one way rather than manyways for doing one thing. It has minimal dependencies,which are explicitly defined, and providesa clear and minimal API. Code should beliterate since depending on the language, not allnecessary information can be expressed clearlyin code alone.
Dave Thomas

I could list all of the qualities that I notice inclean code, but there is one overarching qualitythat leads to all of them. Clean code alwayslooks like it was written by someone who cares.There is nothing obvious that you can do tomake it better. All of those things were thoughtabout by the code’s author, and if you try toimagine improvements, you’re led back towhere you are, sitting in appreciation of thecode someone left for you—code left by someonewho cares deeply about the craft.
Michael Feathers

In recent years I begin, and nearly end, with Beck’srules of simple code. In priority order, simple code:
• Runs all the tests;
• Contains no duplication;
• Expresses all the design ideas that are in thesystem;
• Minimizes the number of entities such as classes,methods, functions, and the like.
Of these, I focus mostly on duplication. When the same thing is done over and over,it’s a sign that there is an idea in our mind that is not well represented in the code. I try tofigure out what it is. Then I try to express that idea more clearly.
Ron Jeffries

You know you are working on clean code when eachroutine you read turns out to be pretty much whatyou expected. You can call it beautiful code whenthe code also makes it look like the language wasmade for the problem.
Ward Cunningham

Care este definiția voastră a "Clean Code"? Sau ce ar trebuii sa conțină un cod ca sa respecte aceasta definiție?


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