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42986Re: Simplicity pressures

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  • JDonWells
    Feb 6, 2002
      "Once and only once" has two parts. You are applying the "only once"
      part perhaps a bit to rigorously. You now need to apply the "once
      and" part. If the code is different it is probably different for a
      very good reason. What is that difference? Why is it different?
      There is probably something left unsaid about what you are trying to
      communicate with the two pieces of code. Once you have refactored to
      explicitly make the difference clear your desire to make it a single
      piece of code may very well dissipate.

      Don Wells
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