|11.1||Refactoring in the real world||233|
|11.2||Refactoring basics: readability and duplication||236|
|11.3||Separating markup from program code||241|
|11.4||Simplifying conditional expressions||253|
|11.5||Refactoring from procedural to object-oriented||262|
You can’t know a town, neighborhood, or landscape well until you’ve been around it. You need to explore it to the point where most places are familiar to you. That means roaming most of the roads and streets. Just traversing it a couple of times is not enough.
You learn more if you’re on foot or on a bicycle. Traveling by car, even if you’re driving, you might forget where the slopes or even hills are located. When you’re foot-powered, you’re likely ...