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ruhe
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Let's invent a new coding paradigm. Its goal is to make code as it naturally really should be: Ugly af

See the current list of rules in the description

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Let&#039;s invent a new coding paradigm. Its goal is to make code as it naturally really should be: Ugly af<br /> <br /> See the current list of rules in the description

Description
Feel free to append this list of rules in the comments: - Every line shall have more than 300 chars - Every logical equation must be in CNF and use at least 5 different variables - A function is not really a function without two self-calls and 50 lines minimum length - Naming classes is good, naming them Class1, Class2, Class3, etc. is better - Objects must be called object1, object2, object3, etc. - On every two lines of code, there comes at least one out-commented line of code - Comments are forbidden unless they are used for out-commenting code - Files shall always be stored in the same hierarchy. There should be no extra folders - Indentation should be a random amount of whitespace in each line - To save space, each line should contain two commands, i.e.: i = 5 ; a++; print(a); a = i; - I'm out of ideas, your turn!
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  • 1
    Is it okay if this triggers me? 😂 just a bit
  • 1
    @Clear0Ff that's perfectly fine, just the paradigm doing its job :)
  • 2
    - Design patterns are allowed and encouraged, but only if you reimplement their functionality with GOTO statements.
  • 0
    @AgeOfRanterance sounds great!
  • 4
    - unit testing is good practice. But tests for ClassX must be located in the same file as ClassX
    - passwords should be hardcoded to ensure passwords are hard
  • 0
    Let's infiltrate every big software company and make their code unmaintainable...evil af
  • 1
    - all classes must be instanced with an abstract factory
  • 0
    Does this solve world hunger, global warming and plastic issue?
  • 0
  • 1
    @ruhe Damn! If it would have, then I would have joined.
  • 1
    @Floydian I'm sorry. If you really want to help out on such topics, why not join a NGO? Such help is always needed
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