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It affects how much code you can see and parse in a single glance

x++ rather than x = set(x,Integeradd(get(x),1))

ps. It's not just a matter of reading code. In the days of 40x25 screens then APL type languages, or Perl, were useful over Cobol or Fortran for the amount of code you could read/page. But now it's more about your own internal cache - if a statement has a single operator it's easier for my ageing brain to parse than one with 3 symbols and 4 function calls.

It affects how much code you can see and parse in a single glance

x++ rather than x = set(x,Integeradd(get(x),1))

ps. It's not just a matter of reading code. In the days of 40x25 screens then APL type languages, or Perl, were useful over Cobol or Fortran for the amount of code you could read/page. But now it's more about your own internal cache - if a statement has a single operator it's easier for my ageing brain to parse than one with 3 symbols and 4 function calls.

It affects how much code you can see and parse in a single glance

x++ rather than set(x,Integeradd(get(x),1))

ps. It's not just a matter of reading code. In the days of 40x25 screens then APL type languages, or Perl, were useful over Cobol or Fortran for the amount of code you could read/page. But now it's more about your own internal cache - if a statement has a single operator it's easier for my ageing brain to parse than one with 3 symbols and 4 function calls.

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It affects how much code you can see and parse in a single glance

x++ rather than x = set(x,Integeradd(get(x),1))

ps. It's not just a matter of reading code. In the days of 40x25 screens then APL type languages, or Perl, were useful over Cobol or Fortran for the amount of code you could read/page. But now it's more about your own internal cache - if a statement has a single operator it's easier for my ageing brain to parse than one with 3 symbols and 4 function calls.

It affects how much code you can see and parse in a single glance

x++ rather than x = set(x,Integeradd(get(x),1))

It affects how much code you can see and parse in a single glance

x++ rather than x = set(x,Integeradd(get(x),1))

ps. It's not just a matter of reading code. In the days of 40x25 screens then APL type languages, or Perl, were useful over Cobol or Fortran for the amount of code you could read/page. But now it's more about your own internal cache - if a statement has a single operator it's easier for my ageing brain to parse than one with 3 symbols and 4 function calls.

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It affects how much code you can see and parse in a single glance

x++ rather than x = set(x,Integeradd(get(x),1))