Wednesday, November 23, 2005

How To Write Unmaintainable Code

Yesterday Naveen sent me an URL where some Mr.Roedy Green has written how to write unmaintainable code. In this article Roedy describes various ways to make you code unmaintainable, like unconventional variable names, dummy loops, camouflaging code, and various other techniques.
You might be interested in reading the wonderful article here.
I have even implemented it a bit, which you can seen in the screenshot below. ;-)






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5 comments:

Naveen said...

Yeah buddy.... that link's a great read.. And though i sent it to everyone, myself do exactly the opposite! For a variable holding the no. of counts of a particular thing, i use $count, Age=$age and so on!!! Simple and maintainable. Though not great if you want to keep your code a secret..

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manisha said...

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