Isn’t it fun to find a comment in code that’s completely out of place and useless? What if you could write fewer comments and still keep the code easy to understand?
One of the primary ways to do this is making your code-self documenting. When code is self-documenting, it doesn’t need comments to explain what it does or its purpose, which is great for making the code easier to maintain. As a bonus, with fewer comments, it’s less likely they’ll be crap!
In this article, I will show you several ways you can make your code document itself.