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Refactor the code

Refactor the code: C# Test Driven Development
Refactor the code: C# Test Driven Development

The growing code base must be cleaned up regularly during test-driven development. New code can be moved from where it was convenient for passing a test to where it more logically belongs. Duplication must be removed. Object, class, module, variable and method names should clearly represent their current purpose and use, as extra functionality is added. As features are added, method bodies can get longer and other objects larger.

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Developer Programming Languages C#

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