What is the point of your discussion? ...
If you are trying to fix the accessor code smell ...
Punchline: you're proposing to simplify by making it more complex.
So you don't know what I'm trying to do for most of your post, but suddenly in the last paragraph, you decide you do know. That's very interesting.
No, I wasn't trying to fix the accessor code smell, and no, I wasn't proposing to simplify. I was merely expressing my own preference for a different style. There is no single universally accepted style. There really is more than one way to do it, and it's not wrong.
I think that this is MentalMasturbation.
And your post is what? Warning me that I'll grow hair on my mental palms and go blind?
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