Message from C, C++ talks

May 2019

— I can agree with you

— My point is comments are important

— But languages like assembly must need well documentation

— Then again, they won't harm anyone so if it has use, don't wine about it

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Writing good codes, means beginning habits of writing good code. Write good variable names. int add is very straight forward rather than int doSomethingWithTheseVariables

— Whether good var names or not

— Just check the programming used for windows. It contains more 1000 k of lines of code, even if u have good variable name it's difficult to understand what's happening and leads to confusion🤷‍♂

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— Im not trying to type all that anytime i need the variable

— They might be unmaontained leading to misleading cmt

— 😂😂

— Comments are useful if you have convoluted, or rather confusing implementations.

— Honestly

— Code don't lie , but comments do

— The coders over at ms ent tpo comüetent. Look at bsd for a better example

— Yes, but not always