So I've inherited a codebase. And pretty much everywhere that an object returns an int, where a String is desired, I find code like this:
Is there some sort of advantage to that code, that I don't understand? I mean: why not just this:
It's possible that the advantage was simply that the original programmer knew how to write that code but didn't know how to write your suggested replacement.
Seriously? That's what you're going with? I prefer this tiny ad:
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