consider the structure of one single method that somehow has managed to grow to 64 kilobytes in size.
what is it doing, that can't be abstracted into some kind of loop?
I ran into the same problem when my class had no methods at all. It had pretty a large static array of Strings though... really, it's not so much that "64K should be enough for anybody"; it's more that "programs must be written for
people to read, and only incidentally for machines to execute".
Sometimes, Java code is being generated by another program. Are you sure people wanna read it? i've no idea how i would go about reading, getting my head around, and arriving at some understanding of, a single
method that would likely take up something like 25 printed pages just to get a hardcopy of.
Think about upgrading your brain i'm not sure i would want to work with a programmer who could;
Sigh... It's a typical cultural clash such a person might start making assumptions that everyone else can, too.
You too have made quite a few assumptions here, have you not?