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Foundations of Programming: Refactoring Code
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In this course, staff author Simon Allardice introduces the formalized, disciplined approach to refactoring that tells you exactly what to look for in your code, and how to fix it, through a series of “code smells”—clues that let you look at a block of code and realize when there's something wrong with it.
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The Inline Method refactoring
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