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Discussion on: 10 rules to code like NASA (applied to interpreted languages)

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Paddy3118

Use the preprocessor sparingly.

This kinda maps to the Python good practices of

  1. Use eval/exec sparingly, and
  2. Avoid "magic" code that alters the standard operation of statements.
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Rémy 🤖 Author

Very well spotted, I completely forgot to mention eval(). That's another successor of macros. To be honest I haven't done an eval in so long that I did not even consider it as a threat.