Python from Wise Guy's Viewpoint
fjh at cs.mu.oz.au
Tue Nov 11 16:29:59 CET 2003
Pascal Costanza <costanza at web.de> writes:
>Documentation can be handled well with comments and well-chosen names.
Certainly it _can_ be, but keeping good, up-to-date documentation is a
difficult task. In my experience, average programmers do a better job
of documentation in languages which encourage explicitly declaring the
types of interfaces than in those which do not.
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