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I think one of the things every programmer strives for is writing better code. Readability is one of the aspects of “good code”. There have been many papers and books written on the topic, however I find many of them lacking. Not because of the recommendations, but rather the analysis part.
Around 10 years ago I encountered the anti-if campaign and found it to be an absurd concept. How on earth would you make a useful program without using an if statement? Preposterous. But then it gets you thinking. Do you remember that heavily nested code you had to understand last week? That kinda sucked right? If only there was a way to make it simpler.