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It's not conformity or correctness it's maintainability though consistency...

I would much rather work under a standard that was the total opposite of what I am used to, that have none at all...




When I said "correctness", I meant that the software performed its intended function, not that the software correctly met a standard. Sorry for the confusion (I'm assuming you don't disagree with wanting software that's correct for this definition).

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