As dragonchild wrote, use MVC. And you are right, it is bad. But this is what differentiates a programmer from a software engineer. I can take the most complex program in the world, and write it as assembler, or c with thousands of globals and no stored procedures, plus gotos. As a computer scientist, the programs are identical. But as a software engineer, it's not, as other factors come into play,those of which, are maintainability, scalability and sound design. Computer scientists don't necessarily write "bad code". A computer scientist is more concerned about ability, where a software engineer is worried about the possibilities.
Then B.I. said, "Hov' remind yourself
nobody built like you, you designed yourself"
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