Sometimes there is a fun of cleaning the code tbh.
It's politically incorrect to call it ugly.
So I must say that it is rebelling against beauty standards for codes?
I'd say, if you don't want to clean up your codes, it's probably because you don't like much your code. Something along the lines of "screw this and that, as long as it works"
But personally, once I really liked my own code whether I made a breakthrough of a new concept, algorithm, or functions, I always want to make it as clean as possible in the end.
You know, code is also an art
@TheoAllen My problem is that I started programming a short time ago. I do not know how to clear a code. So far, what I'm trying to do is use as few lines as possible. With "ugly code" I mean that it works perfectly, but it does not have what people are calling as "friendly something".
You will learn. Once you've learn enough, you might want to rewrite your code in cleaner way. I've rewritten some of my scripts because the old ver is just too ugly to see as a public script.
Yeah, I actually want to rewrite haha.
Yes! Those beauty standards are sooo yesterday.
And your code wants to be appreciated for its competence not its looks.
Well, when creating a topic on it I'll make it clear that people need to accept it as it is. Including possible bugs.
disclaimer: when I say "clean", it means that the future of you won't be confused on your own code as if it been written by someone else if other ppl can't read your code, it's their problem
If you guys want to take a look I can send it to you before I post. It would be interesting to hear some more direct opinions. :>
I can help with RGSS, but not MV's JS *hides
It's for Ace and very short. 94 lines (counting comments).
hmm.... afaik, a small script doesnt deserve to be called ugly if it just to change a small changes as well (it's called snippet). It only "ugly" when it doesn't have alias and breaks everything :v
It is a system of "access keys", but it has an alias, haha.
I can look at it but I'm pathetic with coding. I can judge the aesthetics of the code if you want!
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