The title says it all but I am curious if it's acceptable or even efficient for that matter. If others were to read my code or work on a project with me is this generally accepted among others or yourself if you work on an enterprise level? Is this memory efficient to split things up for developer "ease-of-use"?
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I don't agree that "the title says it all". I have no idea what your question is. Programming involves creating and using functions and classes, how could it possibly be not "ok", if you can't create / use functions and classes, you can't do anything. It's like asking "is using …
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