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Code Readability. Break Rule Number 5?by DACONTI (Scribe)
|on Apr 19, 2007 at 20:07 UTC||Need Help??|
I'm not new to Perl, but I'm just new to PerlMonks.
And I start to love the Monastery. (<- yes of course I'm trying to get a lot of geek points for this).
Anyway... last week I have seen this, a bit old, but excellent posting: What is code readability?
from one of our PEPs (brian_d_foy)
By reading the 12 rules of Godgle I stopped on rule number 5:
Which in an extended meaning can be interpreted like:
Programs and programming languages have to be designed so, that they can be edited even by the most basic editors.
Take for example Perl variable notations:
this idea of using symbols for variable notation (which is actually a genial idea) can't be brought further due to the limitations of ascii code.
Here some example ideas:
But finally whats the advantage of this?
⇒ and already that brings a lot!
But now leave space to the replies. I hope to generate an interesting discussion...