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[extremeprogramming] Re: Elves in the Night [Stupid XP Question Number6614]

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  • Kent Beck
    Notice that Once and Only Once tends to create the OCP in the right places. You write it once. When you modify it, you tend to separate the variable parts into
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 6, 2000
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      Notice that Once and Only Once tends to create the OCP in the right places.
      You write it once. When you modify it, you tend to separate the variable
      parts into separate objects. Then the original object no longer needs
      modification.

      Kent
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