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Many best practices work well because they mean you don't ever have to think about uninteresting problems (like ASI) ever again. I know the rules of ASI but I honestly have never had to think about them because, I don't need to; I just put a semicolon at the end of my lines.

If you ever have to do network and systems administrations you will come across loads of best practices because needing to memorize every last rule and edge case of all the software on your systems would be truly maddening.

That said, it is always good to know the why behind best practices and not follow them blindly.




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