Browsing 2.05 Vincent Mary School of Science and Technology by Subject "Feature envy"
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As a software system evolves, its design get deteriorated and the system becomes difficult to maintain. In order to improve such an internal quality, the system must be restructured without affecting its external behavior. The process involves detecting the design flaws (or code smells) and applying appropriate refactorings that could help remove such flaws. One of the design flaws in many object-oriented systems is placing members in the wrong class. This code smell is called Feature Envy and it is a sign of inappropriate coupling and ...