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Chapter 33. DEBUGGING > WRITING GOOD CODE

WRITING GOOD CODE

An ounce of prevention goes a long way when programming. This means commenting your code, using descriptive handler and variable names, and dividing your code into sensible script members.

You can also use commenting to temporarily deactivate a line of code. This is called commenting out.



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