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Coding standards, or coding conventions, are sets of rules or guidelines designed to govern the process of code production in a software project. They're usually based on industry best practices or generally accepted conventions. They include naming conventions, style, prohibited features, and more.

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Mentioning every change in comments is pointless if you have a VCS. Mentioning a specific bug or other important note related to specific line is useful. A change may include many altered lines, all u …
answered Feb 16 '11 by 9000
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If one object is enough, creating an object every time is a waste, and here your boss may be right. The problem is proper access to that object. A factory-like method with proper visibility which alw …
answered Jan 19 '11 by 9000