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Posted 03-07-2012 at 10:23 AM by hplc

A while ago i went away while my apartment was being getting a facelift, new kithen, new carpets and such. When i came back the entire thing looked really good, apart from one thing, there were stains of paint on the floor, and lots of it. I decided to get rid of some stains every day. Then it hit me, "stains of paint, material on the floor that does not have any function but just crap and leftovers"

The human DNA contains that as well, residue from the human evolution, code that no longer seems to fulfill any purpose.

What about the code used in modern software?, is it really as clean as one wants to think of it?, or is it filled with nonsense garbage code that the coder was too lazy to remove and simply made it inactive leftovers and residues?

When it comes to open source it can be inspected of those who understand those languages, but what about closed source?, if i buy closed source i take for granted that its nice and clean before being compiled since i actually spent money on it, but is that the case?.
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