Copy and paste development is generally regarded as a bad practice because bug fixes or enhancements in one area of code have to be repeated in all the other copies of the same code. Not only is this time consuming and tedious, but in large code bases it's very easy to miss a change, leading to bugs and lower overall quality.
In Visual Studio 2012, Microsoft has provided a way to detect duplicate code so that you can take remedial action to clean it up. Fantastic! Let's see how this is done.
Start Visual Studio 2012 and you're ready to go.
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