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Then, move another step backward and figure out where the info came from. Let’s call those connected pieces of code a “chain of actions.” Inevitably, using this approach will lead you through a bunch of different areas of the code.
And that will probably give you a good deal of insight into things such as: And by doing that, you’ll gradually begin to understand more and more of that full body of code.
I generally just don't have anything useful to say.
However, after reading this thread, I may try to comment more often. Thanks for sharing." I read a lot of blogs and reviews a day.
The reason that works well is that, in all cases, a body of code is designed to tackle one (or more) complex problems.
I don't often comment because I'm a bit of a lurker.
I'm trying to comment on peoples blogs more often, but I'm more likely to chat with them via twitter, facebook or other social networking sites rather than actually commenting publicly on a post...
I don't really know why but it just seems to happen that way.
“How do you go about understanding someone else’s code? The best way I’ve ever discovered to read and understand someone else’s code is to: Say, for example, you know that the code you’re viewing ultimately creates a file with a list of movie titles.I am starting to feel more comfortable with my own code, but whenever I try to look at something someone else wrote I feel totally lost. Figure out where in the code — the — it generates that file.I know some of this is unavoidable, especially if the code is poorly (or not at all) documented, but right now I have no strategy at all. Then, move one step backward and figure out how it places the info in the file.We aim to become the leading relationship forum and free of charge self help internet resource, facilitating the exchange of advice in an anonymous and welcoming environment.