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“Knowing when not to code” is possibly the most important skill of a programmer to learn. In practice, more code is almost always bad: it trashes the CPU cache, hogs the memory bus, uses up more CPU cycles, makes a security audit of the code harder, is harder to follow and maintain, and - last but not least - more code needs more documentation. The art of writing small code is to define a lot, not a LOT.
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