Scripts must be commented


    The rule "Scripts must be commented" states that all PL/SQL scripts must be accompanied by comments that explain the purpose of the code and any other relevant information. This helps to ensure that the code is understandable and maintainable, and can help to identify potential errors. Additionally, it allows for easier debugging and troubleshooting of the code. By commenting code, developers can ensure that their code is understood by other developers and can be easily modified or updated in the future.

Key Benefits

  • Improved readability: By adding comments to your scripts, you can make them easier to read and understand.
  • Easier debugging: Comments can help you to quickly identify and debug any issues with your scripts.
  • Better collaboration: Comments can help other developers to understand and collaborate on your scripts.
  • Ensures code quality: By adding comments to your scripts, you can ensure that the code is of a high quality.


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