Code Bloat

Code bloat is the production of code that is perceived as unnecessarily long, slow, or otherwise wasteful of resources. Code bloat can be caused by inadequacies in the language in which the code is written, inadequacies in the compiler used to compile the code, or by a programmer. Therefore, code bloat generally refers to source code size (as produced by the programmer), but sometimes is used to refer instead to the generated code size or even the binary file size.
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