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Copy and paste programming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (453 words)
Copy and pasting is often done by inexperienced or student programmers, who find the act of writing code from scratch difficult and prefer to search for a pre-written solution or partial solution they can use as a basis for their own problem solving.
Copy and pasting is also done by experienced programmers, who often have their own libraries of well tested, ready-to-use code snippets and generic algorithms that are easily adapted to specific tasks.
Instead of making multiple, mutated copies of a generic algorithm, the algorithm should be written as a reusable class and should be written so flexibly that all new code can be interfaced to use this generic code directly, rather than mutate the original.
Paste (rheology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (228 words)
In physics, a paste is a substance that behaves as a solid until a sufficiently large load or stress is applied, at which point it flows like a fluid.
In rheoological terms a paste is an example of a Bingham Plastic fluid.
Pastes typically consist of a suspension of small particles in a background fluid.
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