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There is no globally applicable standard for what's crap code, so there's plenty of reason to excuse code some people might label "crap".

"Don't write crap code" is a terribly empty statement. Trying to "tidy up" "crap code" is also a great way to screw things up further if you turn out to be wrong about it.

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