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Ankit works in J2SE (core java). During code reviews, he’s frequently asked to reduce his lines of code (LOC). “It’s not about removing redundant code,” he writes. To his colleagues, “it’s about following a style.” Style over substance. Ankit says the readability of his code is suffering due to the dogmatic demands of his code reviewers. So how to find the right balance of brevity and readability?
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