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We have seen that different contexts call for different forms of the code to accomodate the requirements; moreover, changes we want to support are better dealt with one of the solutions with respect to the other. Design means searching for the appropriate form of your code, not sticking with the one you know better: as you see in the multiple results example, disruptive changes for one form are very easy to make in another design. Don't choose blindly...

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