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Scripts must be commented

Description

    The "Scripts must be commented" rule for SQL Server code states that all scripts must include comments that explain the purpose of the code and the actions it is taking. This is important for the readability of the code, as well as for maintenance and debugging. It is also important for ensuring that the code is understandable by other developers who may need to work with it in the future. The comments should be clear and concise, and should include any assumptions that have been made when writing the script, as well as any potential pitfalls that may be encountered. By following this rule, developers can ensure that their code is well documented and easily understandable by others.

Key Benefits

  • Ease of Maintenance: By providing comments in the code, it becomes easier for future developers to understand and maintain the code.
  • Reduced Debugging Time: By providing comments in the code, it becomes easier to debug and identify issues with the code quickly.
  • Improved Readability: By providing comments in the code, it becomes easier to understand the code and its purpose.

 

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