This is the first of my three posts for the summer. I’ve been enjoying the new season in Chicago and I decided this summer was the perfect one to take a step back, take a deep breath, and take it easy.
That said, it has been a good year for us. Ive been working on a couple of new projects and we have been doing a lot of new things. I really should be writing down a new list of things I want to do. Because I’m going to be spending a lot of time in Chicago this summer, I figured I should probably take a few posts to show off my growing list of what I want to do.
The main goal of this list is just to let you know which I am. I am going to keep pushing things and moving towards the top of the list so that I can get some more posts on this list soon.
The things that are not on this list are things that I have planned to work on. (I have not been able to schedule a ton of stuff, so I’m going to be a bit more selective.) I also took the time to find out what I want to do, which is an important step sometimes. I might have to put a couple of things on my list and then forget about them, but I feel like this is a good thing.
This is something I think everyone should do if they want to improve their writing. It will help you write cleaner and more easily readable code. Also, it should help you write more clear code because you will have more room to write comments, which is great.
I wrote this code for a class I’m working on. It turns out that this code really, really needs to be optimized, because it was clunky and not very readable, and I could really improve it. The code is in a header file that’s not included anywhere else, so I decided to write a new file that would compile and have it called adr=0x0 cdclone.cpp.
You can always use a template class and make the code a bit more readable, but it’s important to write cleaner code. In the C++ template class world, this can be tricky because it is more difficult to write clean code than it is to write readable code, but if you can write clean code then you might as well write readable code.
adr0x0 cdclone.cpp is a fairly clean code file (it has the function definitions, the main function, and the main function’ call code). The trouble is that adr=0x0 cdclone.cpp has a ton of lines. I decided that it would be a good idea to break them up. I also decided to add a new header file with type definitions for the data types.
This is a very good idea. If you can write clean code, you can also write readable code. Because clean code can be even better than readable code and it’s so easy to make mistakes when you make clean code. In fact, you might be surprised at how often you will find yourself writing clean code. And when you do, your code will be cleaner than when you wrote it originally.