Bernardino De Carluccio

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Refactorings are—as defined by Fowler—behavior preserving source code transformations. Their main purpose is to improve maintainability or comprehensibility, or also reduce the code footprint if needed. In principle, refactorings are defined as simple operations so that are “unlikely to go wrong” and introduce faults. In practice, refactoring activities(More)
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