First of all before, I hate the typical "codez plz" homework question.
I hope this has nothing to do with that, but it is actually a class assignment.
I won't post my code until it is completely working as expected and is understandable. I also went through the FAQ and felt identified with this:
- Code correctness
- Best practices and design pattern usage in your code
Application UI Security issues in a code snippet, etc. The performance of your code
But what I'm still not sure about is how long my code can be. My project is between 200-300 LOC, and I would never post something like that in SO. But here it might make more sense, since you don't have to go line by line in detail, rather coding style etc.
I've read through this and the accepted answer is open.
Mine is a simple-to-understand app, nothing crazy: a straightforward text-based game in Python.
Also, I can't really use any code you propose in my project, so, is it a valid request NOT to post any code, rather an explanation on what's wrong?
Of course this doesn't mean any code, just not actual fixes/improvement. Is this clear?
- Is there a "magic number" of LOC for a simple project that is working, given that I want a "superficial" / coding style review?
- Is it a valid request not to post code?
Should I just post the code and see?