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People used to worry about “spaghetti code”.  Object-oriented people don’t think much of spaghetti code, either.  It’s beyond them to think of writing such stuff.

The big thing now is “hash code”.  Instead of having ‘strands’ of code like noodles you’ve got mashed chunks of mixed code scooped out of The_Continuum_Of_All_Context and deposited in lumps in your modules.  That’s better, they say,  because you get a greater variety of flavor in every byte.

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