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Maintainability doesn't exist in isolation. It comes from interactions between programmer and code. Advanced coding techniques are powerful. Programmers cannot understand everything. The two need to meet in the middle somewhere, and the purpose of coding standards is to agree on where that some should be.


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    [james28909]: also remember, that if 'Today' is may 1, then Yesterday is not may 31 lol
    [james28909]: theoretically speaking ofcourse
    [james28909]: so if you subtracting as you loop, be aware that you will eventually be subtracting into a past month, or year <.<
    [james28909]: dontcha love it!
    [james28909]: Today would be scalar localtime. Yesterday would be scalar localtime - 1. sunday - monday would variate scalar localtime - ?
    [james28909]: oops s/sunday - monday/sunday - saturday/
    [james28909]: my mind is blown haha

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