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[Music] hello everybody and welcome to another youtube video so in todays video im going to be showing you how to write cleaner code now the way ill be doing that is by going through a script that i wrote about three or four years ago just pointing out some of the flaws in it and showing you how we can make some minor refactors and changes that just make this code much cleaner easier to read and just better in general now clean code is a subjective topic some people will say one script is better than the other or this way of doing things is better than the other way but a lot of stuff that im going to cover here is not really controversial this is just stuff that generally will make your code cleaner and so take everything i say with a grain of salt but generally the stuff im going to show you here is a best practice and at least in python what you should be doing so before i actually get into this ill just quickly mention that all of the code here again is from a tutorial that