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Refactoring does suggest intention. Changes to program code which are done for reasons other than improving the structure of the code are often referred to as organic changes. Code which grows organ …
answered Oct 7 '15 by otakucode
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I have always been personally partial to the term 'exactly wrong'. It conveys your meaning clearly, and is no more impolite than 'wrong'. It would probably also be taken to imply that your problem r …
answered Nov 2 '15 by otakucode