Code Smell 236 - What to Do With Excessively Long Code Linesby@mcsee

Code Smell 236 - What to Do With Excessively Long Code Lines

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Unwrapped code refers to the absence of line breaks or appropriate indentation. It yields excessively long lines of code that extend beyond the typical width of a code editor or mobile screen. People read the code on small devices so line wrapping is critical. When developers find it challenging to understand the structure and structure of code, they may find it hard to understand.

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I’m senior software engineer specialized in declarative designs and S.O.L.I.D. and Agile lover.


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