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  • 23
    ... and there will be people who will take this seriously.
  • 5
    Solid advice!
  • 26
    Or you don't have to pass the parameters if you don't write a function 🤓
  • 2
    @kamen 😂😂
  • 7
    Or you Put all your code inti one Single file 😀👌
  • 11
    <badadvice>
    We could also abolish all variables completely and code everything in Assembler with push and pop
    </badadvice> 😀
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  • 4
    TYPO3 in a nutshell :D
  • 4
    You dont have to pass variables if everything is in the rootScope.
  • 3
    OP right now:
  • 1
    Not when you're doing a GET request
  • 3
    @YousifMansour Return all the data and then filter it in front end. Easy peasy.
  • 4
    @NoOne @Nino9612 just got tossed a project where main was 500 lines long and had >30 variables, of which i think around 10 were one letter variables of the same type.

    Our team was asked to "finish it" since it has an urgent deadline, and the original team has a more important project to work on.
  • 0
    @octothorpe you know what could be great (worse) than this? Write your entire code in one single line (no indentation) and fun fact : one of my friend had actually done that!! What a easy job it would be for the next team to read that code!😂
  • 1
    @NoOne I like a good one liner solution but damn! Too much of a good thing lol
  • 0
    I'm currently coding on an Arduino and I'm doing that because I cant parse two parameters at once.
  • 0
    @zickig of course - I don't get that piece of software. never have and never will :D
  • 0
    What I'd you're trying to implement recursion?
  • 2
    Don't have to pass parameters if you just write one long procedural code.
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