On Thu, Dec 19, 2002 at 06:08:30PM +0000, Philip Reynolds wrote:
> It differs from language to language, obviously. You couldn't apply
> the same metric to lines of code in a function in C++ that you would
> in PERL or PHP.
Of course. I 'disclaimered' this in :) I've heard people saying that
your 'code' should fit on an A4 page when printed out. Whether they're
referring to a subroutine, a class or just any code, I don't really
know. I think it's still the same principle - being able to read the
> One stigma, I've noticed with PHP programmers, whether it's through
> lack of experience, is nearly NO code re-use at all.
I don't think this is isolated to PHP programmers, but any novice
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