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04-01-2013, 06:57 AM
Join Date: Dec 2012
I'm also crazy when it comes to comments not because I worry about other programmers, and other programmers usually have jobs my hands right now - this is for my own needs, I commented because the issue in this way I am particularly when they can visually see all work together in my head and pour the coffee in the morning, after two weeks, you can return to something and cross your eyes to stay there for half an hours trying to figure out if I do not comment.
There are three types of constructors (separators comment right?) Can be used in PHP, restatement, no / * - * / and / / #. Usually, I use version / * descriptive comment for large I use at the beginning of all my library files, and comments on the method (if I enter the function name, the arguments they take and he must return with areas of note, while I'm in D), then I'll use / / for comments, which were on the other side.
It's just a way to make room veschi.Realny doing things ... it ... wait for it ... However you want. What looks better? What could be easier to read? If you find yourself adding more confusion and make readers down, chances are, try another way.
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