but, but, but,  I always get rid of old code.  Well, almost always; if I am not 
really sure of the ramifications, I leave the old code there, commented out 
just in case...  If you've seen it in code then it must be more than just me 
that does that?


In <36FD1AB8.C4373B49@datadesigninc.com>, on 03/27/99 
   at 11:51 AM, nina jones <ddi@datadesigninc.com> said:


>i like code that you can look at and follow, that has relevent, up to
>date comments - with explainations before major sections of code as to
>what it's for, and routines sectioned off.  and one more pet peeve - old
>commented out code.  if you don't need it, get rid of it!

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