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DRY is short for "Don’t Repeat Yourself". This paradigm advocates to avoid code and data redundancy.

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I'm looking for guidance about DRY vs Code coupling. I do not like to duplicate my code and I also do not like code coupling between unrelated modules. So I refactor duplicate code if I find … " when one has to find the line of code to fix a bug - one change in a higher-level parent class could trigger trigger regression bugs among all descendants. How does one strike an optimal balance between DRY vs unwanted code coupling? …
asked Jun 1 '18 by user2549686