The Three Ds

If you're writing a program that's more than a few lines long, don't just sit down and start coding. You need to take three steps to make your program the best it can be. These are the three Ds:

• Document: Making sure others can read your program

• Design: Making sure your program is solving the right problem and is organized so that it's efficient and potentially reusable

• Debug: Making sure your program doesn't have any mistakes in it and that it responds appropriately when given wrong input

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