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Business Complexity vs. Implementation Complexity

It is good software design practice to make sure that methods can be entirely viewed in the code editor that typically shows 30 to 45 lines at a time. The root of this principle is easy to grasp: scrolling up and down over a too large method impedes code readability.

Refactoring a too large method or a too large class implies to create several code elements smaller in terms of number of textual lines. But ultimately the code behavior didn’t change. In other words the business complexity remained the same but the refactor session reduced the implementation complexity (at least we hope so).

Software complexity is a subjective measure relative to the human cognition capabilities. Something is complex when it requires effort to be understood by a human. Software complexity is a 2 dimensional measure. To understand a piece of code one must understand both:

  • What this piece of code is doing at runtime, the behavior of the code, this is the business complexity.
  • How the actual implementation solves the business needs at runtime, this is the implementation complexity.

The whole point of software design, SOLID principles, code maintainability, patterns… is to avoid adding implementation complexity to the business complexity. But from where implementation complexity comes from? There are 5 main sources of implementation complexity:

Too Large Code

We already mentioned this one. It is easy to limit implementation complexity by abiding by simple code rules that check thresholds on code metrics like methods number of lines of code and method complexity, or classes with too many methods. The Single Responsibility Principle (SRP) also contribute to smaller implementations: less responsibilities for a class necessarily means less code.

Lack of Abstractions

An abstraction such as an abstract method, an interface or even a delegate, is the minimum required knowledged to invoke an implementation at runtime without knowing it at design time. In other words an abstraction hides implementation detail. Abstraction represents a great weapon to reduce the implementation complexity because polymorphism can replace quantity of if/else/switch/case. Concretely code like that:

Can be replaced with code like that:

Abstraction also reduces implementation complexity because it frees the developer mind of implementation details.

The S in SOLID is the SRP (mentioned above) and is not related to abstraction. But the OLID principles are all about using abstractions wisely:

How do we check for good usage of abstractions? There is no magic stick like thresholds to limit too large code elements. However the Abstractness vs. Instability graph and metrics and the Level metric are a good start to identify code areas that need more abstractions. They are both described in this post about Dependency Inversion Principle.

State Mutability at Runtime

A common source of implementation complexity is mutable states. The human brain is not properly wired to anticipate what is really happening at runtime in a program. While reviewing a class, it is hard to imagine how many instances will simultaneously exists at runtime and how the states of each these instances will evolve over time. This is actually THE major source of problems when dealing with a multi-threaded program.

If a class is immutable (if the states of all its instances objects don’t change at runtime once the constructor is called) its runtime behavior immediately becomes much easier to grasp and as a bonus, one doesn’t need to synchronize access to immutable objects. See here a post explaining in-depth immutable class.

A method is a pure function if it produces outputs from its inputs without modifying any state. Like immutable classes, pure functions are also a good mean to reduce implementation complexity.

Some code rules exists to enforce state mutability like Structure should be Immutable or Fields should be marked as ReadOnly when possible. Being immutable for a class or pure for a method is such an essential property that dedicated C# keywords for that would be welcome, like readonly for fields. Here is a proposal for C# support of the immutable keyword. By now some ImmutableAttribute or PureAttribute can be used to tag such elements and some code rule can check for Types tagged with ImmutableAttribute must be immutable or Methods tagged with PureAttribute must be pure

Over Coupling

When trying to re-engineer/understand/refactor a large piece of code (I mean something made of dozens of classes like a big namespaces or an assembly), the difficulty is directly proportional to the amount of coupling between considered code elements. Both dependency graphs below shows dependencies between 36 classes: but the left contains 64 edges and the right one contains 133 edges: which one would you prefer to deal with?

One key strategy to control coupling is to layer components and make sure that there is no dependency cycles. This can be checked on namespaces for example with the code rule Avoid namespaces dependency cycles. Using abstractions is also a good way to limit over coupling. If an interface has N implementations then relying only on one interface is virtually like depending on the N underlying classes.

Lack of Unit Tests

Software testing is a large topic I won’t cover here. But one key benefit of writing tests (apart enforcing business rules and detecting regressions early) is to ensure that the code is testable. Being testable for code means less coupling, more abstractions and overall simple code. Ultimately if the code is easily testable we can safely assume that its implementation complexity is kept low. Here also many code rules like Code should be tested can help enforce high testability.

One Measure for All

There are more sources of implementation complexity but those 5 ones are certainly the bigger culprits. To reduce this unnecessary complexity one must be able to measure it. But how to unify too large code, bad design, poorly tested code and more in a single metric?

As we saw most of these aspects can be enforced with code rules. A code rule produces issues and for each issue the code rule can estimate the cost to fix an issue and the annual cost to let an issue unfixed. A famous analogy with the financial field says that:

  • The estimated cost to fix code smells is the Technical-Debt: a measure of the implementation complexity.
  • The estimated annual cost to let code smells unfixed is the Annual Interest of the Debt: a measure of the business operation cost induced by poorly written and poorly tested code.

These estimations can be expressed in developer-time and ultimately in money cost which can be used by management to take the right decisions.

Answers to arguments against 100% coverage

I’ve been enthusiast about 100% coverage for more than a decade. The large code base of NDepend we are working on will reach soon 90% overall coverage. Most classes tested are being 100% covered.

In the heatmap below small rectangles are methods. Grapes of rectangles are classes namespaces and assemblies. By importing code coverage in this heat-map we can see at a glance that most classes are green: they are 100% covered. This heatmap also shows in red and orange areas with room for improvements. Areas in gray represent untestable code tagged with System.Diagnostics.CodeAnalysis.ExcludeFromCodeCoverageAttribute.

Not everybody agrees with 100% coverage and the same points against used to popup again and again so I take a chance to address them one by one.

I don’t waste my time writing tests to cover trivial code

Often the example of trivial code proposed is property getter and setter. Indeed writing tests to cover such get/set methods doesn’t bring any value. But such trivial code is meant to be used by real code, isn’t it?

For example suppose we have a Contact class with a property like Contact.FirstName, this properties is meant to be used. The module that builds an invoice and that prints the contact name on it certainly uses it. And if the build invoice module is well tested, Contact.FirstName must get called implicitly at test time.

So if some trivial code is not covered by tests, the idea is not to write dumb tests to cover it, the idea is to question yourself why the trivial code is not already implicitly covered by tests that exercise real code. And certainly you’ll find room for improvements in the tests suite in charge of testing the real code, that depends upon the trivial uncovered code. A future post will go through benefit of 100% coverage but as this point suggests, one key benefit is that a hole in 100% covered code is always an indicator of something interesting to improve.

90% coverage is enough

Often teams get satisfied with 90% or 95% coverage. For the scale of a large code base such score is outstanding. But for the scale of a class or a component 100% must be the goal.

The key is testability. We all have experienced some easy to test code and some hard to test code. The maintainability is hard to measure but the testability is something concrete. And good testability leads to good maintainability. In other words if a component can be fully tested seamlessly it means this component will be easy to maintain.

On the other hand, in the real world we often end up with a component that contains a small portion that is hard to test. And we get satisfied with 90 or 95% coverage. But this is sweeping dust under the carpet: this small portion of code is not testable because it is not well designed and as a consequence it is bug-prone. Hence we end up not testing the most sensitive part of the code that likely concentrates most of the problems!

If after having wrote a test suite you end up with a few if/else blocks that are hard to test, do a favor to yourself: refactor to reach seamless full testability.

What matters is what gets asserted in tests, not the amount of coverage

Suppose you have a 1.000 lines of code linear method: it only contains a linear list of processing with no if/then/switch/case… Suppose you have a test with zero assertions invoking this method. You end up with 1.000 lines of code 100% covered but not tested at all.

This fictitious situation often proposed as 100% coverage counter argument doesn’t reflect the reality. In the real world if one works hard to get a complex class 100% covered, I cannot imagine that the tests don’t contain an healthy amount of assertions. No matter if TDD Test First Design approach is used or if tests get written at the same time as code tested : writing tests leads to think more and to think better. One doesn’t write a test without having a few points in mind to assert.

But there is more. Why only tests should contain assertions? The code itself is well suited to contain assertions. For more than a decade we stuff the NDepend code base with assertions. Everything that can be asserted gets asserted. We end up with more than 26K assertions. A good half of those comes from non-nullable references. C#8 nullable reference will relieve all those assertions. But will remain all other assertions about non-empty strings, special string formats, non-zero counter, IDictionary.ContainsKey(), non-zero denominator of a division, !object.IsDisposed, loop invariant…. And all those assertions are checked at test time and fail tests when violated. Ultimately most tests end up with a 1/10 ratio between the number of assertions in test checked, and the number of assertions in code checked.

We still rely on the good old System.Diagnostics.Debug.Assert() but this is an implementation detail. Any assertion library can be used from the code itself (including a custom one, or the Code.Contracts library that would have deserved more love). The only thing that matters is to tune assertions to fail a test upon violation, typically by sending an exception. A related topic is if those assertions must be checked or not at production time. This is another interesting debate with pros and cons.

Some code just cannot be tested

Indeed there are some API call that just cannot be tested like calls to System.Windows.MessageBox. Such calls need to be mocked. This way the code is well splitted between 100% covered code and code tagged with System.Diagnostics.CodeAnalysis.ExcludeFromCodeCoverageAttribute. Dependency Injection can be used to inject untestable implementation in tested code.

Again testability is a central characteristic of code. Partitioning code according to its testability makes sense.

However, there are situations where such untestable API tend to prolifer. Then your choice is to either mock everything or accept to live with non-tested code. But being in this situation is the sign that such API is immature because not test-prone. Thus something radical must be done about that: get rid of it, contribute to it (if OSS), fork it…

UI Code is untestable

Since testing code has become a popular practice, UI code has always been treated as an awkward case: there are some frameworks dedicated to UI testing but such practice remains tedious and increases test maintenance. This is not satisfying.

As for any code, UI code must be written with testability in mind. UI code can contain UI logic but should not contain business logic. For example the UI class shouldn’t contain the implementation of a IsContactReadOnly() method (business logic) but can call such method declared in a non-UI testable class, to decide if a Contact First Name textbox should be readonly or editable (UI logic). Ideally UI code looks like an empty shell as much as possible.

Nowadays web development outperforms desktop developments. The backend spits HTML CSS and Javascript textual content. This content seen as data represents some easily testable material. However when possible, it is preferable to test the IsContactReadOnly() business logic directly from the backend code, than to test it indirectly, for example by checking if an HTML textbox is readonly or editable. Hopefully modern web platforms like ASP.NET Core propose testing strategies.

Desktop UI is a different beast to test and there is no magic. To test our UI specific code we’ve invested in an architecture where the UI code can be piloted, both from the main-form code and from tests. Such architecture relies massively on some mediator classes: any UI portion can pilot any other UI portion through these mediators. These mediators are used at production runtime, and tests supersede them to pilot the UI at testime. Tests dedicated to UI testing have few assertions, but such tests are not useless: they execute all the assertions stuffed in our UI code. At the end of the day some of our UI classes remain not fully covered but closed to. Small portions left untested doesn’t contain error-prone code but untestable UI peculiarities, like complex designer code or some DPI related code that can only be tested manually. The experience proved that this approach saved us from regression bugs many times.


100% coverage is a sensitive topic. In the NDepend team we are 100% coverage driven. In a future post we’ll detail the benefits of being 100% coverage driven. But I wanted to detail first the non-trivial reasons that make 100% coverage worth in most situations.

 

SOLID Design: The Dependency Inversion Principle (DIP)

After having covered the Open-Close Principle (OCP), the Liskov Substitution Principle (LSP), the Single Responsibility Principle (SRP) and the Interface Segregation Principle (ISP) let’s talk about the Dependency Inversion Principle (DIP) which is the D in the SOLID acronym. The DIP definition is:

a. High-level modules should not depend on low-level modules. Both should depend on abstractions.
b. Abstractions should not depend on details (concrete implementation). Details should depend on abstractions.

The DIP has been introduced in the 90s by Robert C Martin. Here is the original article.

A Dependency is a Risk

As all SOLID principles DIP is about system maintainability and reusability. Inevitably some parts of the system will evolve and will be modified. We want a design that is resilient to changes. To avoid that a change breaks too much, we must:

  • first identify parts of the code that are changes-prone.
  • second avoid dependencies on those changes-prone code portion.

The Liskov Substitution Principle (LSP) and the Interface Segregation Principle (ISP) articles explains that interfaces must be carefully thought out. Both principles are 2 faces of the same coin:

  • ISP is the client perspective: If an interface is too fat probably the client sees some behaviors it doesn’t care for.
  • LSP is the implementer perspective: If an interface is too fat probably a class that implements it won’t implement all its behaviors. Some behavior will end up throwing something like a NotSupportedException.

Efforts put in applying ISP and LSP result in interfaces stability. As a consequence these well-designed interfaces are less subject to changes than concrete classes that implement them.

Also having stable interfaces results in improved reusability. I am pretty confident that the interface IDisposable will never change. My classes can safely implement it and this interface is re-used all over the world.

In this context, the DIP states that depending on interfaces is less risky than depending on concrete implementations. DIP is about transforming this code:

into this code:

DIP is about removing dependencies from high-level code (like the ClientCode() method) to low-level code, low-level code being implementation details like the SqlConnection class. For that we create interfaces like IDbConnection. Then both high-level code and low-level code depend on these interfaces. The key is that SqlConnection is not visible anymore from the ClientCode(). This way the client code won’t be impacted by implementation changes, like when replacing the SQL Server RDBMS implementation with MySql for example.

Let’s underline that this minimal code sample doesn’t do justice to the word Inversion in the DIP acronym. The inversion is about interfaces introduced (to be consumed by high-level code) and implementation details: implementation details depends on the interfaces, not the opposite, here is the inversion.

DIP and Dependency Injection (DI)

The acronym DI is used for Dependency Injection and since it is almost the same as the DIP acronym this provokes confusion. The I is used for Inversion or Injection which might add up confusion. Hopefully DI and DIP are very much related.

  • DIP states that classes that implement interfaces are not visible to the client code.
  • DI is about binding classes behind the interfaces consumed by client code.

DI means that some code, external to client code, configures which classes will be used at runtime by the client code. This is simple DI:

Many .NET DI frameworks exist to offer flexibility in binding classes behind interfaces. Those frameworks are based on reflection and thus, they offer some kind of magic. The syntax looks like:

And then comes what is called a Service Locator. The client can use the locator to create instances of the concrete type without knowing it. It is like invoking a constructor on an interface:

Thus while DIP is about maintainable and reusable design, DI is about flexible design. Both are very much related. Let’s notice that the flexibility obtained from DI is especially useful for testing purposes. Being DIP compliant improves the testability of the code:

DIP and Inversion of Control (IoC)

The Inversion word is used both in DIP and IoC acronyms. This provokes confusion. Remember that the word Inversion in the DIP acronym is about implementation details depending on interfaces, not the opposite. The Inversion word in the IoC acronym is about calls to Library transformed into callbacks from Framework.

IoC is what differentiates a Framework from a Library. A library is typically a collection of functions and classes. On the other hands a framework also offers reusable classes but massively relies on callbacks. For example UI frameworks offers many callback points through graphical events:

The method m_ButtonOnClick() bound to the Button.OnClick event is a callback method. Instead of client code calling a framework method, the framework is responsible for calling back client code. This is an inversion in the control flow.

We can see that IoC is not related to DIP. However we can see Dependency Injection has a specialization of IoC:  DI is an IoC used specifically to manage dependencies.

DIP and the Level metric

Several code metrics can be used to measure, and thus constraint, the usage of DIP. One of these metric is the Level metric. The Level metric is defined as followed:

From this diagram we can infer that:

  • The Level metric is not defined for components involved in a dependency cycle. As a consequence null values can help tracking component dependency cycles.
  • The Level metric is defined for any dependency graph. Thus a Level metric can be defined for various granularity: methods, types, namespaces, assemblies.

DIP mostly states that types with Level 0 must be interfaces and enumerations (note that interfaces using others interfaces have a Level value higher than 0). If we say that a component is a group of types (like a namespace or an assembly) the DIP states that components with Level 0 must contain mostly interfaces and enumerations. With a quick code query like this one you can have a glance at types Level and check if most of low level types are interfaces:

The Level metric can also be used to track classes with high Level values: it is a good indication that some interfaces must be introduced to break the long chain of concrete code calls:

The class Program has a Level of 8 and if we look at the dependency graphs of types used from Program we can certainly see opportunities to introduce abstractions to be more DIP compliant:

DIP and the Abstractness vs. Instability Graph

Robert C. Martin not only coined the DIP but also proposed some code metrics to measure the DIP compliance. See these metrics definitions here. From these metrics an intriguing Abstractness vs. Instability diagram can be plotted. Here we plotted the 3 assemblies of the OSS eShopOnWeb application. This diagram has been obtained from an NDepend report:

  • The Abstractness metric is normalized : it takes its values in the range [0,1]. It measures the interfaces / classes ratio (1 means the assembly contains only interfaces and enumerations).
  • The Instability metric is normalized and measures the assembly’s resilience to change. In this context, being stable means that a lot of code depends on you (which is wrong for a concrete class and fine for an interface) and being unstable means the opposite: not much code depends on you (which is fine for a concrete class and wrong for an interface, a poorly used interface is potentially a waste of design efforts).

This diagram shows a balance between the two metrics and defines some green/orange/red zones:

  • A dot in the red Zone of Pain means that the assembly is mostly concrete and used a lot. This is a pain because all those concrete classes will likely undergo a lot of changes and each change will potentially impact a lot of code. An example of a class living in the Zone of Pain would be the String class. It is massively used but it is concrete: if a change should occur today in the String class the entire world would be impacted. Hopefully we can count on the String implementation to be both performance-wise and bug-free.
  • A dot in the red Zone of Uselessness means that the assembly contains mostly interfaces and enumerations and is not much used. This makes these abstractions useless.
  • The Green zone revolves around the Main Sequence line. This line represents the right balance between both metrics. Containing mostly interfaces and being used a lot is fine. Containing mostly classes and not being used much is fine. And then comes all intermediate well balanced values between these 2 extremes represented by the Main Sequence line. The Distance from Main Sequence metric can be normalized and measures this balance. A value close to 0 means that the dot is near the line, in the green zone, and that the DIP is respected.

Conclusion

As the Open-Close Principle (OCP), the Liskov Substitution Principle (LSP) and the Interface Segregation Principle (ISP) the DIP is a key principle to wisely harness the OOP abstraction and polymorphism concepts in order to improve the maintainability, the reusability and the testability of your code. No principle is an island (except maybe the Single Responsibility Principle (SRP)) and they must be applied hands-in-hands.

This article concludes this SOLID posts serie. Being aware of SOLID principles is not enough: they must be kept in mind during every design decision. But they also must be constrained by the KISS principle, Keep It Simple Stupid, because as we explained in the post Are SOLID principles Cargo Cult? it is easy to write entangled code in the name of SOLID principles. Then one can learn from experience. With years, identifying the right abstractions and partitioning properly the business needs in well balanced classes is becoming natural.

SOLID Design: The Interface Segregation Principle (ISP)

After having covered The Open-Close Principle (OCP), The Liskov Substitution Principle (LSP) and the Single Responsibility Principle (SRP) let’s talk about the Interface Segregation Principle (ISP) which is the I in the SOLID acronym. The ISP definition is:

Client should not be forced to depend on methods it does not use.

It is all about interface, the common abstractions available in most OOP language such as C#, VB.NET or Java. A more complete and actionable explanation of ISP is:

ISP splits interfaces that are very large into smaller and more specific ones so that clients will only have to know about the methods that are of interest to them. Such shrunken interfaces are also called role interfaces.

Roles and Responsibilities

When a class implements several shrunken role interfaces, it has several roles which might lead to think that such class has several responsibilities: it would then violate the Single Responsibility Services.

But a role is a finer-grained concept than a responsibility. An example of a role is the IDisposable interface:

This interface has a single method but it is implemented by a wide variety of classes: DB or network connections that need to be closed gracefully, UI elements that need to deallocate some bitmaps in memory… The only thing the IDisposable interface says to clients is that instances of IDisposable class needs a graceful shutdown.

Hence IDisposable represents a technical detail that the client needs to be aware of. It is much finer-grained concept than a responsibility.

A small interface is not necessarily a good abstraction

A single method interface often makes sense, an IExecutor that Execute(), an IVisitor that Visit(), an IParent that exposes Children { get; }. Often, such minimalist interface should be generic. For example the interface ICloneable available since the .NET Framework v1.1 is nowadays considered as a code smell: when using it the client needs to downcast the cloned Object reference returned to do anything useful with the cloned instance.

ICloneable has another major drawback: it doesn’t inform the client if the clone operation is deep or shallow. This problem is even more serious than the Object reference downcasting one: it is a real design problem. As we can see a minimalist interface is not necessarily a good abstraction. In this example, the lack of information means ambiguity for the client. This would have been better design:

A fat interface is not necessarily a design flaw

A rule like Avoid too large interfaces can certainly pinpoint most of the ISP violations. A threshold of 10 methods is proposed by default to define a too large interface.

However, as always with code metrics and static analysis, such rule can also spit some false positives. For example this fat interface is valid:

In such case the SuppressMessageAttribute can be used with a proper justification. Such justification embeds in the code itself the design decisions. It makes the source code more understandable and more maintainable:

ISP and the Liskov Substitution Principle (LSP)

ISP and LSP are like 2 faces of the same coin:

  • ISP is the client perspective: If an interface is too fat probably the client sees some behaviors it doesn’t care for.
  • LSP is the implementer perspective: If an interface is too fat probably a class that implements it won’t implement all its behaviors. Some behavior will end up throwing something like a NotSupportedException.

Remember the ICollection<T> interface already discussed in the LSP article. This interface forces all its implementers to implement an Add() method. From the Array class perspective, implementing ICollection<T> is a violation of the LSP because array doesn’t support element adding:

The same way many clients will only need a read-only view of consumed collections. ICollection<T> also violates the ISP: it forces those clients to be coupled with Add() / Insert() / Remove() methods they don’t need. The introduction of IReadOnlyCollection<T> solved both ISP and LSP violations.

This example also shows that ISP doesn’t necessarily mean that a class should implement several lightweight interfaces. It is fine to nest interfaces like russian-nesting-dolls. ICollection<T> is a bit fat, it does a lot, read, add, insert, remove, count… But this interface is well-adapted both for classes that are read/write collections and for clients that work on read/write collection. It makes more sense to nest both read/write behaviors into ICollection<T> than to decompose both behaviors into IReadOnlyCollection<T> and an hypothetical IWriteOnlyCollection<T> interface.

Btw, maybe you noticed that ICollection<T> actually doesn’t implement IReadOnlyCollection<T>. In an ideal world it should implement it but IReadOnlyCollection<T> was introduced several years after ICollection<T> and backward compatibility must be preserved: for example this class would have been broken if ICollection<T> was implementing IReadOnlyCollection<T>, because of the explicit interface implementation usage on ICollection<T>.Count:

Conclusion

ISP is about preventing inadvertent coupling between a client and some behaviors he/she won’t need. Being coupled with something unneeded is a problem:

  • In the best case it is a waste: this forces the client to consume precious brain-cycles to consider something he/she doesn’t need.
  • In the worst case it is error-prone: the client ends-up misusing the extra behaviors, like attempting to add an element to an array through ICollection<T>.Add().

As for all SOLID principles, ISP is better applied if you practice test-first, or at least, if you write tests and code at the same time. ISP is about the client perspective and writing tests transforms you for a while into a client of your code.

 


Out of curiosity I wrote this code query that can be re-used to attempt to measure compliance with the ISP.

This query estimates the ratio of usage of the methods of an interface over the maximum usage (maximum usage being when all types consuming an interface call all methods of the interface). Some work would be needed to transform this experimental query into a formal rule. For example the query needs to be smart about methods overloaded that can arguably be considered as a single method.

Nevertheless here are the raw results for non-public interfaces of the .NET framework implementation. Only non-public interfaces are considered because we need to also analyze some real clients of the interface:

927 types score tUsers interfaceMethods Full Name
IExceptionData 0.33 3 types 1 method Microsoft.Build.Tasks.Xsd.IExceptionData
IDtcNetworkAccessConfig 0.077 2 types 13 methods Microsoft.Tools.ServiceModel.WsatConfig .IDtcNetworkAccessConfig
INetFirewallOpenPort 0.6 1 type 15 methods Microsoft.Tools.ServiceModel.WsatConfig .INetFirewallOpenPort
INetFirewallOpenPortsCollection 0.6 1 type 5 methods Microsoft.Tools.ServiceModel.WsatConfig .INetFirewallOpenPortsCollection
INetFirewallProfile 0.071 1 type 14 methods Microsoft.Tools.ServiceModel.WsatConfig .INetFirewallProfile
INetFirewallPolicy 0.5 1 type 2 methods Microsoft.Tools.ServiceModel.WsatConfig .INetFirewallPolicy
INetFirewallMgr 0.2 1 type 5 methods Microsoft.Tools.ServiceModel.WsatConfig .INetFirewallMgr
IDtdInfo 0.056 23 types 7 methods System.Xml.IDtdInfo
IDtdAttributeListInfo 0.33 3 types 6 methods System.Xml.IDtdAttributeListInfo
IDtdAttributeInfo 0.39 4 types 7 methods System.Xml.IDtdAttributeInfo
IDtdDefaultAttributeInfo 0.11 9 types 4 methods System.Xml.IDtdDefaultAttributeInfo
IDtdEntityInfo 0.19 6 types 12 methods System.Xml.IDtdEntityInfo
IDtdParser 0.58 3 types 4 methods System.Xml.IDtdParser
IDtdParserAdapter 0.21 5 types 32 methods System.Xml.IDtdParserAdapter
IDtdParserAdapterWithValidation 0.75 2 types 2 methods System.Xml .IDtdParserAdapterWithValidation
IDtdParserAdapterV1 1 1 type 3 methods System.Xml.IDtdParserAdapterV1
IValidationEventHandling 0.3 10 types 2 methods System.Xml.IValidationEventHandling
IRemovableWriter 0.5 1 type 2 methods System.Xml.IRemovableWriter
INameScope 1 2 types 2 methods System.Xml.Serialization.INameScope
IXamlBuildProviderExtension 0.5 2 types 2 methods System.Xaml.Hosting .IXamlBuildProviderExtension
IXamlBuildProviderExtensionFactory 1 1 type 1 method System.Xaml.Hosting .IXamlBuildProviderExtensionFactory
IAddLineInfo 0.5 2 types 1 method MS.Internal.Xaml.Runtime.IAddLineInfo
ICheckIfInitialized 0.5 2 types 1 method MS.Internal.Xaml.Context .ICheckIfInitialized
IServiceDescriptionBuilder 1 1 type 1 method System.ServiceModel.Description .IServiceDescriptionBuilder
IExternalDataExchange 0.33 3 types 1 method System.ServiceModel.Activities .IExternalDataExchange
IWDEProgramNode 0 1 type 1 method System.Workflow.Runtime.DebugEngine .IWDEProgramNode
IWDEProgramPublisher 1 1 type 2 methods System.Workflow.Runtime.DebugEngine .IWDEProgramPublisher
ISupportWorkflowChanges 1 1 type 3 methods System.Workflow.ComponentModel .ISupportWorkflowChanges
ISupportAlternateFlow 1 11 types 1 method System.Workflow.ComponentModel .ISupportAlternateFlow
IDependencyObjectAccessor 0.3 10 types 4 methods System.Workflow.ComponentModel .IDependencyObjectAccessor
IWorkflowCoreRuntime 0.1 20 types 31 methods System.Workflow.ComponentModel .IWorkflowCoreRuntime
ITimerService 0.5 2 types 2 methods System.Workflow.ComponentModel .ITimerService
IWorkflowDesignerMessageSink 0.23 4 types 32 methods System.Workflow.ComponentModel.Design .IWorkflowDesignerMessageSink
IPropertyValueProvider 1 2 types 1 method System.Workflow.ComponentModel.Design .IPropertyValueProvider
IOleServiceProvider 0.5 2 types 1 method System.Workflow.ComponentModel.Compiler .IOleServiceProvider
IWorkflowBuildHostProperties 0.5 1 type 2 methods System.Workflow.ComponentModel.Compiler .IWorkflowBuildHostProperties
IWorkflowCompilerError 0 1 type 6 methods System.Workflow.ComponentModel.Compiler .IWorkflowCompilerError
IWorkflowCompilerErrorLogger 1 1 type 2 methods System.Workflow.ComponentModel.Compiler .IWorkflowCompilerErrorLogger
ISymUnmanagedReader 0.12 1 type 17 methods System.Workflow.ComponentModel.Compiler .ISymUnmanagedReader
ISymUnmanagedMethod 0.2 1 type 10 methods System.Workflow.ComponentModel.Compiler .ISymUnmanagedMethod
ISymUnmanagedDocument 0.1 1 type 10 methods System.Workflow.ComponentModel.Compiler .ISymUnmanagedDocument
IMetaDataDispenser 0.33 1 type 3 methods System.Workflow.ComponentModel.Compiler .IMetaDataDispenser
ITypeAuthorizer 0.33 3 types 1 method System.Workflow.ComponentModel .Serialization.ITypeAuthorizer
IDirectoryOperation 0.5 2 types 1 method System.Workflow.Activities .IDirectoryOperation
ICorrelationProvider 0.33 3 types 2 methods System.Workflow.Activities .ICorrelationProvider
IMethodResponseMessage 0.25 2 types 4 methods System.Workflow.Activities .IMethodResponseMessage
IDeliverMessage 0.33 3 types 2 methods System.Workflow.Activities .IDeliverMessage
IPropertyValueProvider 1 2 types 1 method System.Workflow.Activities.Common .IPropertyValueProvider
IAliasResolver 1 1 type 2 methods System.Resources.IAliasResolver
ISection 0 4 types 4 methods System.Deployment.Internal.Isolation .ISection
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IDeviceSpecificDesigner 0.15 11 types 10 methods System.Web.UI.Design.MobileControls .IDeviceSpecificDesigner
IListDesigner 0.05 2 types 10 methods System.Web.UI.Design.MobileControls .IListDesigner
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IAllocatorProvider 0.25 5 types 4 methods System.Web.IAllocatorProvider
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IHttpHandlerFactory2 1 1 type 1 method System.Web.IHttpHandlerFactory2
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IWebSocketPipe 0.5 2 types 4 methods System.Web.WebSockets.IWebSocketPipe
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IProcessSuspendListener 1 1 type 1 method System.Web.Hosting .IProcessSuspendListener
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IAssemblyDependencyParser 1 1 type 1 method System.Web.UI.IAssemblyDependencyParser
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IConfigMapPath2 0.67 2 types 3 methods System.Web.Configuration.IConfigMapPath2
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ICustomLoaderHelperFunctions 0.5 2 types 4 methods System.Web.Hosting .ICustomLoaderHelperFunctions
IPromotedEnlistment 0.089 14 types 12 methods System.Transactions.IPromotedEnlistment
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IVoterBallotShim 0.5 2 types 1 method System.Transactions.Oletx .IVoterBallotShim
IPhase0EnlistmentShim 0.38 4 types 2 methods System.Transactions.Oletx .IPhase0EnlistmentShim
IEnlistmentShim 0.5 2 types 3 methods System.Transactions.Oletx .IEnlistmentShim
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IDtcProxyShimFactory 0.2 5 types 8 methods System.Transactions.Oletx .IDtcProxyShimFactory
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IWebFaultException 1 1 type 4 methods System.ServiceModel.Web .IWebFaultException
IDuplexRouterCallback 0.33 3 types 2 methods System.ServiceModel.Routing .IDuplexRouterCallback
IRoutingClient 0.23 5 types 7 methods System.ServiceModel.Routing .IRoutingClient
IAsyncEventArgs 0.7 5 types 2 methods System.Runtime.IAsyncEventArgs
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IOperationContractAttributeProvider 1 1 type 1 method System.ServiceModel .IOperationContractAttributeProvider
ICatalog2 0.018 1 type 57 methods System.ServiceModel.ComIntegration .ICatalog2
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ICreateServiceChannel 1 1 type 1 method System.ServiceModel.ComIntegration .ICreateServiceChannel
IMoniker 0 1 type 20 methods System.ServiceModel.ComIntegration .IMoniker
IParseDisplayName 0 1 type 1 method System.ServiceModel.ComIntegration .IParseDisplayName
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IProxyCreator 0.5 2 types 4 methods System.ServiceModel.ComIntegration .IProxyCreator
IProxyManager 0 4 types 6 methods System.ServiceModel.ComIntegration .IProxyManager
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IPseudoDispatch 0 1 type 2 methods System.ServiceModel.ComIntegration .IPseudoDispatch
ITransactionProxy 0 1 type 7 methods System.ServiceModel.ComIntegration .ITransactionProxy
ITransactionVoterBallotAsync2 0 1 type 1 method System.ServiceModel.ComIntegration .ITransactionVoterBallotAsync2
ITransactionVoterNotifyAsync2 0.4 2 types 5 methods System.ServiceModel.ComIntegration .ITransactionVoterNotifyAsync2
ITypeCacheManager 0.33 3 types 4 methods System.ServiceModel.ComIntegration .ITypeCacheManager
IPersistStream 0.2 3 types 5 methods System.ServiceModel.ComIntegration .IPersistStream
IServiceThreadPoolConfig 1 1 type 2 methods System.ServiceModel.ComIntegration .IServiceThreadPoolConfig
IServicePartitionConfig 1 1 type 2 methods System.ServiceModel.ComIntegration .IServicePartitionConfig
IServiceSysTxnConfig 0.14 1 type 7 methods System.ServiceModel.ComIntegration .IServiceSysTxnConfig
IServiceSxsConfig 1 1 type 3 methods System.ServiceModel.ComIntegration .IServiceSxsConfig
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IServiceCall 0 1 type 1 method System.ServiceModel.ComIntegration .IServiceCall
IServiceActivity 0.25 2 types 4 methods System.ServiceModel.ComIntegration .IServiceActivity
IComThreadingInfo 0.17 3 types 4 methods System.ServiceModel.ComIntegration .IComThreadingInfo
IObjectContextInfo 0.3 2 types 5 methods System.ServiceModel.ComIntegration .IObjectContextInfo
IContractResolver 0.2 5 types 1 method System.ServiceModel.Description .IContractResolver
ServiceMetadataExtension+IHttpGetMetadat a 0 2 types 1 method System.ServiceModel.Description .ServiceMetadataExtension+IHttpGetMetada ta
IWrappedBodyTypeGenerator 0.25 4 types 3 methods System.ServiceModel.Description .IWrappedBodyTypeGenerator
WbemNative+IWbemProviderInit 0 1 type 1 method System.ServiceModel.Administration .WbemNative+IWbemProviderInit
WbemNative+IWbemDecoupledRegistrar 0.5 2 types 2 methods System.ServiceModel.Administration .WbemNative+IWbemDecoupledRegistrar
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WbemNative+IWbemProviderInitSink 0.5 2 types 1 method System.ServiceModel.Administration .WbemNative+IWbemProviderInitSink
WbemNative+IWbemObjectSink 0.33 6 types 2 methods System.ServiceModel.Administration .WbemNative+IWbemObjectSink
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IWmiProvider 0.5 2 types 5 methods System.ServiceModel.Administration .IWmiProvider
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IFunctionLibrary 1 1 type 1 method System.ServiceModel.Dispatcher .IFunctionLibrary
INodeCounter 0.5 2 types 6 methods System.ServiceModel.Dispatcher .INodeCounter
IItemComparer<K,V> 0.5 2 types 1 method System.ServiceModel.Dispatcher .IItemComparer<K,V>
ConcurrencyBehavior+IWaiter 0.5 2 types 1 method System.ServiceModel.Dispatcher .ConcurrencyBehavior+IWaiter
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IDispatchFaultFormatter 0.22 9 types 1 method System.ServiceModel.Dispatcher .IDispatchFaultFormatter
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IChannelBinder 0.076 23 types 20 methods System.ServiceModel.Dispatcher .IChannelBinder
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IInstanceContextManager 0.4 1 type 10 methods System.ServiceModel.Dispatcher .IInstanceContextManager
ISessionThrottleNotification 1 1 type 1 method System.ServiceModel.Dispatcher .ISessionThrottleNotification
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ILockingQueue 1 1 type 2 methods System.ServiceModel.Channels .ILockingQueue
IChannelDemuxer 1 2 types 7 methods System.ServiceModel.Channels .IChannelDemuxer
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Are SOLID principles Cargo Cult?

My last post about SOLID Design: The Single Responsibility Principle (SRP) generated some discussion on reddit. The discussion originated from a remark considering SOLID principles as Cargo Cult. Taking account the definition of Cargo Cult the metaphor is a bit provocative but it is not unfounded.

cargo cult is a belief system among members of a relatively undeveloped society in which adherents practice superstitious rituals hoping to bring modern goods supplied by a more technologically advanced society

The recent Boeing’s 737 Max fiasco revealed that some parts of their software have been outsourced to $9-an-hour engineers. Those engineers shouldn’t be blamed for not achieving top notch software taking account the budget. Nevertheless it is clear that a lot of software written nowadays look like this cargo cult plane. For many real-world developers, SOLID principles are superstitious rituals whose primary goal is to succeed during job interview.

The SRP article underlines that SRP is the only SOLID principle not related to the usage of abstraction and polymorphism. SRP is about logic partitioning into code: which logic should be declared in which class. But SRP is so vague it is practically useless from its two definitions.

Definition 1: A class should have a single responsibility and this responsibility should be entirely encapsulated by the class.

Definition 2: A class should have one reason to change.

One can justify any class design choice by tweaking somehow what is a responsibility or what is a reason to change. In other words, as someone wrote in comment: Most people who “practice” it don’t actually know what it means and use it as an excuse to do whatever the hell they were going to do anyways.

We can feel bitterness in those comments, certainly coming from seasoned developers whose job is to fix mistakes of $9 an hour engineers.

SOLID Principles vs. OOP Patterns

We must remember that SOLID principles emerged in the 80s and 90s from the work of world-class OOP experts like Robert C. Martin (Uncle Bob) and Bertrand Meyer. Software writing is often considered as an art. Terminologies such as clean code or beautiful code have been widely used. But art is a subjective activity. In this context, SOLID principles necessarily remain vague and subject to interpretation. And this is what makes the difference between a SOLID principle and an OOP pattern:

  • A SOLID Principle is subjective. It helps to guide the usage of powerful concepts of Object Oriented Programming (OOP).
  • An OOP Pattern is objective. It is a set of recipes to implement a well identified situation with the OOP concepts.

Despite a restraint number of keywords and operators, the OOP toolbelt of languages such as C# or Java is very rich. With a few dozens of characters it is possible to write code that puzzle experts. C# especially gets richer and richer with many syntactic sugars to express complex situations with just a few characters. This power is a double edged sword: seasoned developers can write neat and compact code. But on the other hand it is easy to misuse this power, especially for junior developers and all those that write code just to pay their bills.

Always keep in mind the KISS principle

Someone wrote in comments: “SOLID encourages abstraction, and abstraction increases complexity. It’s not always worth it, but it’s always presented as the non-plus ultra of good approaches.”

The only reason to be for abstraction in OOP is to simplify the implementation of a complex business rule.

  • Abstracting Circle, Rectangle and Triangle with an IShape interface will dramatically simplify the implementation of a shape drawing software.
  • On the other hand, creating an interface for each class is a waste of resource: not every concepts in your program deserve an abstraction.

This is why the Keep It Simple Stupid KISS principle should be always kept in mind: don’t add up extra implementation complexity on top of the business complexity.

SOLID and Static Analysis

I am in the .NET static analysis industry since 2004. At that time I was consulting for large companies with massive legacy apps that were very costly to maintain. Books like Robert Martin’s Agile Principles, Patterns, and Practices made me realize that the source code is data. This data can be measured with code metrics. And the same way relational data can be crawled with SQL queries, code as data can be crawled with code queries. For example:

This query will objectively match complex methods not fully covered by tests. There are situations where one can argue that static analysis returns false positives but there is no justification for complex methods not well tested.

Not all aspects of SOLID principles can be objectively measured and verified. However static analysis can help bring objectiveness. For example:

SOLID and Testability

Regularly applying such rules will avoid taking SOLID too far to the point it becomes detrimental. However there are still all those aspects of SOLID, and code design in general, that must be left to creativity and interpretation. Experience in software development helps a lot here: over the years one refines his/her gut feeling about which design will increase flexibility and maintainability.

By definition juniors developer have no experience. However anyone can relentlessly struggle for 100% code coverage by tests. Being able to fully cover your code means, by definition, that your code is testable. Testability doesn’t come by chance. The properties that leads to full testability are the same properties that leads to high maintainability. Those properties include:

  • Easiness to use API
  • Domain classes well isolated
  • Careful map of logic to classes
  • Short classes and short methods
  • Cohesive classes
  • Abstractions and polymorphism used judiciously
  • Careful management of states mutability

Advices to add up objectivity when applying SOLID principles

Not everyone is a senior developer with a passion for well designed code. As a consequence Cargo Cult usage of SOLID principles is common. To improve the design some objectivity needs to be added in the development process. Here are my 3 advices for that:

  • KISS principle first, always struggle for simplicity: if it is complicated it is not SOLID.
  • Use static analysis to automatically monitor some measurable aspects of SOLID. Gross violations of code quality rules and metrics are also SOLID principles violations.
  • Refactor your code until it becomes seamlessly 100% coverable by tests. Code that cannot be easily 100% covered by tests is not SOLID.

 

 

SOLID Design: The Single Responsibility Principle (SRP)

After having covered The Open-Close Principle (OCP) and The Liskov Substitution Principle (LSP) let’s talk about the Single Responsibility Principle (SRP) which is the S in the SOLID acronym. The SRP definition is:

A class should have a single responsibility and this responsibility should be entirely encapsulated by the class.

This leads to what is a responsibility in software design? There is no trivial answer, this is why Robert C. Martin (Uncle Bob) rewrote the SRP principle this way:

A class should have one reason to change.

This leads to what is a reason to change?

SRP is a principle that cannot be easily inferred from its definition. Moreover the SRP lets a lot of room for own opinions and interpretations. So what is SRP about? SRP is about logic partitioning into code: which logic should be declared in which class. Something to keep in mind is that SRP is the only SOLID principle not related to the usage of abstraction and polymorphism.

The goal of this post is to propose objective and concrete guidelines to increase your classes compliance with SRP, and in-fine, increase the maintainability of your code.

SRP and Concerns

Typically the ActiveRecord pattern is used to exhibit a typical SRP violation. An ActiveRecord class has two responsibilities:

  • First an ActiveRecord object stores in-memory data retrieved from a relational database.
  • Second the record is active in the sense that data in-memory and data in the relational database are kept mirrored. For that, the CRUD (Create Read Update Delete) operations are implemented by the ActiveRecord.

To make things concrete an ActiveRecord class can look like that:

If Employee was a POCO class that doesn’t know about persistence and if the persistence was handled in a dedicated persistence layer the API would be improved because:

  • Not all Employee consumer wants to deal with persistence.
  • More importantly an Employee consumer really needs to know when an expensive DB roundtrip is triggered: if the Employee class is responsible for the persistence who knows if the data is persisted as soon as a setter is invoked?

Hence better isolate the persistence layer accesses and make them more explicit. This is why at NDepend we promote rules like UI layer shouldn’t use directly DB types that can be easily adapted to enforce any sort of code isolation.

Persistence is what we call a cross-cutting concerns, an aspect of the implementation that tends to spawn all over the code. We can expect that most domain objects are concerned with persistence. Other cross-cutting-concerns we want to separate domain objects from include: validation, log, authentication, error handling, threading, caching. The need to separate domain entities from those cross-cutting concerns can be handled by some OOP pattern like the pattern decorator for example. Alternatively some Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) frameworks and some Aspect-Oriented-Programming (AOP) frameworks can be used.

SRP and Reason to Change

Let’s consider this version of Employee:

The ComputePay() behavior is under the responsibility of the finance people and the ReportHours() behavior is under the responsibility of the operational people. Hence if a financial person needs a change to be implemented in ComputePay() we can assume this change won’t affect the ReportHours() method. Thus according to the version of SRP that states “a class should have one reason to change”, it is wise to declare these methods in different dedicated modules. As a consequence a change in ComputePay() has no risk to affect the behavior of ReportHours() and vice-versa. In other words we want these two parts of the code to be independent because they will evolve independently.

This is why Robert C. Martin wrote that SRP is about people : make sure that logics controlled by different people are implemented in different modules.

SRP and High-Cohesion

The SRP is about encapsulating logic and data in a class because they fit well together. Fit well means that the class is cohesive in the sense that most methods use most fields. Actually cohesion of a class can be measured with the Lack of Cohesion Of Methods (LCOM) metric. See below an explanations of LCOM (extracted from this great Stuart Celarier placemat) What matters is to understand that if all methods of a class are using all instances fields, the class is considered utterly cohesive and has the best LCOM score, which is 0 or close to 0.

Typically the effect of a SRP violation is to partition a class methods and fields into groups with few connections. The fields needed to compute the pay of an employee are not the same than the fields needed to report pending work. This is why the LCOM metric can be used to measure adherence to SRP and take actions. You can use the rule Avoid types with poor cohesion to track classes with poor cohesion between methods and fields.

SRP and Fat Code Smells

While we can hardly find an easy definition for what is a responsibility we noticed that adhering to SRP usually results in classes with a good LCOM score. On the other hand, not adhering to SRP usually leads to the God class phenomenon: a class that knows too much and does too much. Such god class is usually too large: violations of rules like Avoid types too big, Avoid types with too many methods, Avoid types with too many fields are good candidate to spot god classes and refactor into a finer-grained design.

Guidelines to adhere to SRP

Here are a set of objective and concrete guidelines to adhere to SRP:

  • Domain classes must be isolated from Cross-Cutting Concerns: code responsible for persistence, validation, log, authentication, error handling, threading, caching…
  • When implementing your domain, favor POCO classes that do not have any dependency on an external framework. Note that a POCO class is not necessarily a fields and properties only class, but can implement logic/behavior related to its data.
  • Use your understanding of the Domain to partition code: logics related to different business functions should be kept separated to avoid interference.
  • Regularly check the Lack of Cohesion Of Methods (LCOM) score of your classes.
  • Regularly check for too large and too complex classes.

 

Continuing Our Clean Architecture Example in C Sharp

Continuing Our Clean Architecture Example in C#

After a somewhat long delay, it’s time to finally continue our series on clean architecture. This is the second post in the inner series in which we show you a quick implementation of said architecture and the third post in the overall series. In case you haven’t read the previous posts, please do so by using the links in the series layout below:

Without further ado, let’s continue our implementation.

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How to Measure Lines of Code Let's Count the Ways

How to Measure Lines of Code? Let’s Count the Ways

There are a few ways to count lines of code, and they each have their advantages and disadvantages.

Much of the differences come down to defining what a “line” is. Is a line a literal line in the source file, a logical statement in the language we’re using, or an executable instruction?

Let’s take a look at three metrics:

  • Source lines of code—the number of lines of code in a method, skipping comments and blank lines
  • Logical lines of code—the number of statements, ignoring formatting  and often counting a line as more than one statement
  • IL instructions—the number of instructions that the code compiles to

Is one better than the other? It depends on what you’re trying to measure.

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Functional Programming Makes Your Code Not OO...And Thats It

Functional Programming Makes Your Code Not OO…And That’s It

Over the course of the fall and winter, I’ve been gaining momentum with code research posts.  Today, I bring that momentum to bear on the subject of functional programming.  Or at least, on functional style of programming in C# codebases.

But before I do that, let me provide a little background in case you haven’t caught the previous posts in the series.  It started with me doing automated static analysis on 100 codebases to see how singletons impact those codebases.  Next up, I used that data to look at how unit tests affect codebases.  That post generated a lot of buzz, so I enlisted a partner to help with statistical analysis and then boosted the codebase sample size up to 500.

At the end of that last post, I suggested some future topics of study.  Well, now I’ve picked one: functional programming.

What Is Functional Programming?

The idea with this post is mostly to report on findings, but I’d be remiss if I didn’t provide at least some background so that anyone reading has some context.  So first, let’s cover the topic of functional programming briefly.

Functional programming is one of the major programming paradigms.  Specifically, its calling card is that it disallows side effects.  In other words, it models the rules of math, in which the result of the function (or method) is purely a deterministic function of its inputs.

So, in pseudo-code, it looks like this:

This is a functional method.  But if you do something like this

or like this

then you’re out of the functional realm because you’re adding side effects.  These two modified versions of Add() each concern themselves with the world beyond processing the inputs to add.  (As an aside, you could “fix” this by passing the global variable or the _databasePlopper dependency to the method as a parameter.)

Now, take note of something because this matters to the rest of the post.  While C# (or any other object-oriented language) is not a functional language, per se, you can write functional methods in C#.

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Unit Tests Correlate With Desirable Codebase Properties

Unit Tests Correlate With Desirable Codebase Properties

Today, I give you the third post in a series about how unit tests affect codebases.

The first one wound up getting a lot of attention, which was fun.  In it, I presented some analysis I’d done of about 100 codebases.  I had formed hypotheses about how I thought unit tests would affect codebases, and then I tested those hypotheses.

In the second post, I incorporated a lot of the feedback that I had requested in the first post.  Specifically, I partnered with someone to do more rigorous statistical analysis on the raw data that I’d found.  The result was much more clarity about not only the correlations among code properties but also how much confidence we could have in those relationships.  Some had strong relationships while others were likely spurious.

In this post, though, I’m incorporating the single biggest piece of feedback.  I’m analyzing more codebases.

Analysis of 500 (ish) C# Codebases

Performing static analysis on and recording information about 500 codebases isn’t especially easy.  To facilitate this, I’ve done significant work automating ingestion of codebases:

  • Enabling autonomous batch operation
  • Logging which codebases fail and why
  • Building in redundancy against accidentally analyzing the same codebase twice.
  • Executing not just builds but also NuGet package restores and other build steps.

That’s been a big help, but there’s still the matter of finding these codebases.  To do that, I mined a handful of “awesome codebase” lists, like this one.  I pointed the analysis tool at something like 750 codebases, and it naturally filters out any that don’t compile or otherwise have trouble in the automated process.

This left me with 503 valid codebases.  That number came down to 495 once adjusted for codebases that, for whatever reason, didn’t have any (non-third party) methods or types or that were otherwise somehow trivial.

So the results here are the results of using NDepend for static analysis on 495 C# codebases.

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