Precisely! Intent-comments only work if they add value: a clear expression of the intention apart from the code itself.
That's one of the major reasons I wrote the standard: to differentiate between junk comments and useful ones, and to encourage the latter.
+1 for mention of Mel
I feel my future self will disown any gratuitous 'cleverness', so for me personally, a comment on some clever code is more likely to be an admission to Future Self of being too much clever, and not enough smart :-)
Also, it's a little like explaining the punch line of a joke. One either feels that the joke has failed, or else being condescending to explain it. Another form of imposter syndrome
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