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Super Lloyd wrote:
In fact no style enforcement might help you discover code that has been poorly maintained! Blush | :O Mind blown! Blush | :O
I'm glad we agree on that Laugh | :laugh:
Super Lloyd wrote:
even the useless private modifier on implicitly private field (or lack of it on the others, if it's your thing), I can just ignore gleefully! Poke tongue | ;-P
I guess I'm a bit OCD to just ignore that!
And for the record, I add access modifiers on everything.
I once had a discussion with someone who said those were all wasted keystrokes so I asked him, "alright, so what's the default modifier on this class?"
He thought it was public and he didn't believe it was internal until I showed him.
Needless to say, I won the argument Laugh | :laugh:

That code from the example I had to work with was really crappy.
The styling is bad, but ultimately, it was least of my problems.
SQL Server connections and business logic directly in WinForms, sort of half-binding, but also directly reading and setting values in controls, that kind of stuff.
Fixing the styling so it was at least somewhat consistent did a lot.
The code is still crap, but at least I'm not worrying over camelCased variables that might be public, because I've made them private or I've PascalCased them.
Style can never make up for lack of skill.
But as a skilled developer, I prefer to have both Cool | :cool:

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