When A Method Can Do Nothing

Michael Feathers
November 19, 2013

Refactoring is full of choices. When I start to work on a large method I look at its overall structure and try to get a sense of how to break it down. Conditional statements are often problematic for me.

 if (...) {

When I have an if-statement like this I know that I have a choice. I can extract the if and its . . .

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