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There are two types of people in this world: those that comment their code, and FUCKING ASSHOLES

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    @No-one Oh no, I agree, over-commenting can be an issue. But if you're submitting code for review or testing, and there's a horrifically obfuscated function call that's been coded in to save a line or two of (more readable) code, then the methodology needs to be pointed out. Or, you know, entire functions with zero commenting.
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    Now I know that I'm fucking asshole xD
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    @No-one I work a lot in numerical simulations, so it's only a problem if the mathematical implementation is unreadable. Which, when they've nested several functions calls of uncommented, niche approaches to a problem, is ridiculous. I need to be able to trace the mathematics!
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    Where's the fun in knowing what those thousand lines of code could do!
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    You mean those who write shitty code that needs commenting and those who write readable code that does not need comments?
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    Agreed. It's far more expensive to not comment code for the organization. People can go overboard with it but not doing it at all is just stupid.

    I inherited a perl codebase which essentially ran all the web services for about 5000 Java virtual machines and it wasn't commented at all. It was damn terrible and the code was awful so I kind of feel like people don't comment their code out of hubris. Either way they're a drain on resources so its worth slapping their hand when you see it.
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