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Often, when I can get away with it (that is, when it makes enough sense in the context), certain parts of my source code follow a particularly useful pattern: declarations and set-up, environment/sanity testing, then purposeful actions / generation of results. I tend to separate the sections of this pattern with whitespace and attempt to make them look as similar to the selfsame section from previous functions (or otherwise-apportioned sections of code), to set up such a pattern in the reader’s subconscious.
(This particular screenshot is not actually an *excellent* example of that; I couldn’t find a better one at short notice amongst my published codebases. I may replace this upload with another shot demonstrating the same effect at a later date.)
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