On 07/05/18 05:14, Marko Rauhamaa wrote:
> Abdur-Rahmaan Janhangeer <arj.python at gmail.com>:
>>> * Create as many functions as you can
> Seriously, though. The principle of expressive encapsulation is one of
> the basic cornerstones of writing computer programs. Performance barely
> ever becomes a question, and even more rarely has anything to do with
> the number of function calls (low-level programming language compilers
> optimize efficiently).
> The most important objective of software development is the management
> of complexity. Silly performance optimizations are way down the priority
Sadly, this *is* the current mindset.
"Don't bother optimizing, the compiler does it better than you can."
Tell me, who writes the compilers?? When we die off, nobody will have a
clue how to do it...