- Nick Congleton
IntroductionThis guide isn't about programming. In fact, there is no new code involved at all. However, it does have everything to do with making sure that the code that you write is understandable to both yourself and anyone else that might look at it down the line.
If you've looked at any open source projects, you've probably noticed notes placed in by the programmers. Those notes are just plain text. The programming language doesn't compile or interpret them in any way. It just ignores them. It knows that those comments are for humans, not computers.