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That's talking about the documentation of the code itself, which mostly
means the code needs to be well commented.
On Fri, Mar 29, 2013 at 7:47 AM, phil stokes <philstokes03 -at- googlemail -dot- com>wrote:
> Hmm, interesting point. In one of those moments of synchronicity, I just
> happened to read an Apple doc this afternoon that ironically stated, among
> other things, that:
> A principal goal of object-oriented programming is to make the code you
> write as reusable as possible….Reusability is influenced by factors such as
> ***How clear the documentation is***
> I say "ironically" as Apple docs are about as frustrating as any docs I've
> ever read. With the exception of comprehensiveness, in any other terms,
> their work falls so far below professional standards of good technical
> writing it beggars belief.
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