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How to write less code

I have seen as I write more and more code that my solutions tend to be shorter and shorter, I write less code to resolve a problem. More concise code.

My question is if it is something that just comes with experience or is it something you can do explicitly for developing that quality?

[this edit is in response to the moderators]
This was seen as a real question to them who answered the question. At the time, more than one year ago, I didn't hear anything about being a vauge question. The answers were informative and still are. And for praise in self-disguise, is it forbidden to say you improve and want tips for continue and speed up that process? I see writing less code to say the same thing as worthy goal to purse.

But now is it not a good question any more. Has the standards changed?