Semantic comments is a simple and descriptive way to indicate the state of the code or the mood of the author when coding it.
The comments are divided into 2 main categories, although in some cases one underlines the other.
State of the code
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Hands up this is a robbery:
The following code is simply a robbery of another person.
This code works purely by magic and someone should study it.
For some mysterious reason, this code does not work.
No time to stop:
Code is written in a hurry, please do not criticize.
This is a monkey patch and needs more time to invest in it.
I'm not a scientific:
The code isn't the problem, but it has some sort of complex maths on it.
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Psst, you didn't see nothing:
The author commited intentionally a bad practice. Just keep moving.
Bloody and thick wounds were made by this code. It's dangerous.
The author of the code suggests you see this in practice to understand better what's up with this.
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The author of this incomplete code was fired or he left. Now, the code needs to be deeply readen to continue it.
This code contains a lot of old and deprecated stuff, but it works and it's almost readable, so just relax.
Context of the author
Oh, my lovely piece:
This code was handcrafted with love, and the author(s) dedicated so much to it. Please don't ruin it.