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By mswatcher
Submitted: Jun 26 2013 / 06:50

I’ve become a fan of using named parameters for adding expressiveness to code that could otherwise be ambiguous. You could argue that there are better approaches for increasing code readability, but sometimes a named parameter can go a long way. For instance, the intention of the following code is pretty obvious (or should be) to someone reading it:
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