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The question is rather vague, so all I can offer you are some tips if you want to leave your mark:
  • The code works and has been thoroughly tested under "idiot-mode" ala a divide-by-zero does not sink the ship.
  • The code uses modules where appropriate and runs under the standard diagnostic tools.
  • Excessive debug info (aka print statements) has been removed.
  • Variables are appropriately named.
  • The provided package includes administrative tools where necessary which allows for the extensibility of the application.
  • If needed, the code is appropriately commented.
  • The code has been "idiot-tested".
  • The code has been "idiot-tested".
  • The code has been "idiot-tested".
Good luck!
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In reply to Re: clean up/professionalism by AgentM
in thread clean up/professionalism by malaga

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