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IMO that's part of why readable code is so important. If I can look at a piece of code and understand its behavior then I can know something. I might not know what stated requirement it was trying to solve, but I can know for sure what requirements it implements.

Compare that to sloppy code bases with side effects everywhere where you don't know what it's supposed to do or what it does.




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