Buzzword Buster – Spaghetti Code

Definition:

You have Spaghetti code when the flow in your application becomes so complex and tangled it resembles a bowl of spaghetti where the different execution paths are twisted and intertwined it’s hard to make out where they start and end.

In software design, this is usually a danger associated with procedural programming or frequent, unstructured changes to a complex application.

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