I used to love comments. I thought that code was incomplete if each method didn't have a comment. I thought that commenting my code made it more readable and improved the overall quality of the code.
The discussion about when to comment your code can get pretty heated. Some swear by comments. Some say it's unprofessional not to comment. Some think it clutters your code.
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