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I think that while you should be consistent in your code you should understand what possible variations exist? If a operation can be overloaded, or called with empty parens, or with one variable or n variables. If the operation creates a new Object, What is the constructor? If the Object has more than one constructor which constructor is more efficient? This way you can understand other people's code much easier. Being able to understand other people's code is very important because you will no doubt have to read other people's code. When I was taking AI this semester we had to use a set of classes provided by our professor and enhance them for predicate calculus. Unfortunately, his code followed his own random syntax instead of the syntax he had been teaching in lecture and in the book. If you weren't able to understand the code you were basically up a creek. So comprehension is a huge factor as well as being consistant in what you code so that others who have to read large amounts of your code will be able to better understand your code.

Scott

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In reply to RE: (redmist) RE: Beyond programming... by Macphisto
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