Re: [dev] less lines of code suck less

From: Страхиња Радић <>
Date: Tue, 4 May 2021 20:05:55 +0200

On 21/05/03 05:27, Greg Reagle wrote:
> And if it has less lines, in a higher level language, sounds like a win.

Higher level languages usually mean more complexity and less control. Having
less lines in a higher level language doesn't mean much if the language adds
unnecessary overhead "behind the scenes". Ideally, the least bloat and the most
control is achieved by directly programming machine code. That's what
performance-critical code is written in. It isn't considered as "practical" for
most things, though.

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