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Unit Interfacing

 
Hisouka Devera
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Hi Guys,

We made an application using Java.. But we received a suggestion that we need to improve on this:

Unit Interfacing: The percentage of lines of code residing in units with 3 or more parameters should not exceed 15%. The percentage in units with 5 or more parameters should not exceed
4%. The percentage in units with 7 or more parameters should not exceed 0.8%.


Can you help me?

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Campbell Ritchie
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That means the people writing that think that methods with many parameters are a bad idea. They suggest you refactor the code to have more methods with fewer parameters.
 
Saifuddin Merchant
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For a large program those number seem a bit harsh.
Of course you can always use your IDE to refactor away "multiple paramaters" into an object. I would agree that as a practice it is a good idea. Having said that, I don't think it should be used blindly. Re-factor when it sensible.

Those # are going to be hard. Do you know if these standards are being picked up from somewhere?

That's the first time I heard of the term called Unit Interfacing. Any pointers to resource with more information or definition of it?
 
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