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Maintenance does not refer to bug fixing. As any project grows, it will need new features, or changes to existing features. Do you know that the major cost of any software project is in maintenance? The company will always release the first version, or minimum viable product MVP , as early as possible.
Additional or new features are always an afterthought as the software gets more use. Clean code makes maintenance relatively fast and easy. And, saving a little time every day will have a compound effect on the delivery time and cost of the software. Does it help you feel confident to share your work with others, too?
Or with your client? You should not have a fear of breakdown; you can fix defects faster. A programmer is an author, but they might make the mistake in identifying the audience. The audience of a programmer is other programmers, not computers. If computers were the audience, then you might be writing the code in machine language. So, to make it easy to understand for your audience, you should use meaningful nomenclature for variables, functions, and classes.
And make it more readable by using indentation, short method, and short statement, where appropriate:.
You should also limit a function or method to a single task. Indentation is also important. Your clean code must use four spaces for indents, not the tab key. Review your code yourself.
Review your code once in a while.