I personally prefer all the stuff in the same file, but that's just more of a preference
Its ok in a small project but if youre working on large enterprise software which produces a lot of income, you want the code base as understandable as possible in less time.
I find them equally understandable, but not everyone does.
Isn't that the objective of Svelte? It's perfectly understandable on bigger projects. A single .svelte file is a single component. Whatever CSS or JS that's in it handles the styling or behavior of that specific component (scoped styling). Then you build your app using those building blocks. It seems more understandable than having them all in separate files.
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