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A Review on Code Cleanup and Code Standard Refactoring


Author : Ganesh B. Regulwar and R. M. Tugnayat

Pages : 2767-2771
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Abstract

There is a constant need for practical, efficient, and cost effective software evaluation techniques. As the application code becomes older & older, maintaining it becomes a challenge for the enterprises due to increased cost of any further change in it. Refactoring is a technique to keep the code cleaner, simpler, extendable, reusable and maintainable. Code Clean Up Refactoring includes code refactoring to achieve removal of unused code and classes, renaming of classes methods and variables which are misleading or confusing. Code Standard Refactoring includes code refactoring to achieve the quality code. Developers should regularly refactor the code as per the Standard code lines. Refactoring leads to constant improvement in software quality while providing reusable, modular and service oriented components. It is a disciplined and controlled technique for improving the software code by changing the internal structure of code without affecting the functionalities. Code is not easily maintainable, extending/adding new features in the application are not possible or very expensive, Application is using older version of software’s instead of using latest version and hence new features can’t be used and explored in the application.

Keywords: Code clean up, code standard, maintainability, extendibility, improve software quality

Article published in International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology, Vol.5, No.4 (Aug-2015)

 

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