public class MandateData {

    public final UUID coreId;
    public final UUID accountId;
    public final String accountRef;
    public final String creditorId;
    public final String creditorName;
    public final String debtorFirstName;
    public final String debtorLastName;
    public final String branchCode;
    public final String accountNumber;
    public final LocalDate signingDate;
    public final Address debtorAddress;

    private MandateData(UUID coreId, UUID accountId, String accountRef, String creditorId, String creditorName, String branchCode, String accountNumber, String debtorFirstName, String debtorLastName,
                        LocalDate signingDate, Address debtorAddress) {
        this.coreId = coreId;
        this.accountId = accountId;
        this.accountRef = accountRef;
        this.creditorId = creditorId;
        this.creditorName = creditorName;
        this.debtorFirstName = debtorFirstName;
        this.debtorLastName = debtorLastName;
        this.branchCode = branchCode;
        this.accountNumber = accountNumber;
        this.signingDate = signingDate;
        this.debtorAddress = debtorAddress;
    }

    public static MandateData creationMandateData(UUID coreId, UUID accountId, String accountRef, String creditorId, String creditorName, String branchCode, String accountNumber, String debtorFirstName, String debtorLastName,
                                                  LocalDate signingDate, Address debtorAddress) {
        return new MandateData(coreId, accountId, accountRef, creditorId, creditorName, branchCode, accountNumber, debtorFirstName, debtorLastName, signingDate, debtorAddress);
    }
}

There is an ancient and mysterious legend about public static constructor, called createShit. If anyone want's just to create an instance of Shit be aware of it! This is too obvious! just Implement static method with the exactly the same fields, and make constructor private. Don't write a shit!

By Anonymous, 2018-06-07 13:03:44
	const ws = new WebSocket('wss://echo.websocket.org', {
		agent: new HttpsProxyAgent(`https://${proxy}`)
	});
	wsz.push(ws);
	ws.onopen = () => {
		if (ws.readyState === WebSocket.OPEN) {
			.....
			ws.close();
		}
	};
	ws.onerror = () => {
		ws.close();
	};

u just cant trust, just cant......

By Neon, 2018-10-23 18:14:26
if (responseCode / 100 == 2) {//success
    return handleSuccess();
} else if (responseCode == 401) {
    return handleNotAuthorized();
} else {
    // something else
} 
By Anonymous, 2019-01-29 09:41:13
$arrival_time = $obj->{'s1_6-2-'.strval($i).'date'} . ' ' . $obj->{'s1_6-2-'.strval($i).'time'} . ':00';
By Anonymous, 2017-02-14 20:31:36
function uberURLREPLACER(dtTEXTVALUE,boolVALUE){
    
// If statement? what's that?? 
// Naming conventions? Of course not! 
// true/false keywords? I never heard it.
boolVALUE != !1 && dtTEXTVALUE.indexOf('http://') != -1 && (dtTEXTVALUE = dtTEXTVALUE.replace('http://','')) && dtTEXTVALUE.indexOf('.aspx') == -1 && (dtTEXTVALUE += '.aspx');

return dtTEXTVALUE;

}

Here's the weirdest way to create if statement with terrible naming conventions. Its based on real events and production code.

By I've no idea, 2019-02-16 13:16:07
let showDots = typeof project.showDots === 'boolean' ? project.showDots : false;

if (showDots) {
    // Somecode ...
}

Why, just why??

By Anonymous, 2017-08-08 11:41:49
auto settingsFileSize = static_cast<int>(sizeof(_settings));

This was in release branch for a month. Casting wasn't even necessary.

By Your favourite co-worker., 2019-06-04 09:05:15
var div = '<div class="imgdiv" '+(user[5] ? 'style="display: flex; flex-direction: column; padding: 10px; justify-content: flex-end; background-image: url(\''+user[5]+'\');"' : '')+'>'
        + (usersVideos[userId] && <?= ($authuser ? 'true' : 'false') ?> ? '<i class="f7-icons icon-acc" onclick="videoShow('+user[uID]+')" style="color: white; font-size: 50px; margin-bottom: 5px; cursor: pointer; text-align: left;">play_round</i>' : '')
        + (iam && page=='home' ? '<div> <input id="video-input" onchange="uploadVideo(files)" type="file" accept="video/*" style="display: none; width: 80%; height: 100px; margin: auto; padding-top: 20px;"/> </div> <p class="action_cont" style="padding: 0; padding-top: 12;"> <a class="act_btn" onmousedown=document.getElementById("video-input").click() href="javascript:void(0)" style="text-decoration: none; margin: auto; width: calc(100% - 26px); text-align: center;"> ' + (myMods['video'] ? 'Загрузить новое видео' : 'Добавить видео-превью' ) + ' </a> </p>' : '')
+ '</div>'

JS + CSS + PHP + HTML

By Anon, 2018-08-24 18:30:12
    if (model.env.Trim().ToUpper() == "Release")
    {
        retVal = false;
        if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(model.Server_Core))
        {
            // Perform a trim in case user specified just whitespace...
            string tmpStr = model.Server_Core.Trim();
            if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(tmpStr))
            {
                retVal = true;
            }
        }
    }
By Anonymous, 2019-02-25 17:12:31
strcpy(szBuffer, sBuffer);

so many questions given you by Hungarian notation

By bvs23bkv33, 2017-06-09 08:24:49
function formatUpToANumberOfZeroesAfterFloatingPoint(number, numberOfZeroes, floatingPointSymbol) {
    numberOfZeroes = (numberOfZeroes === undefined || numberOfZeroes < 0) ? 2 : numberOfZeroes;
    floatingPointSymbol = floatingPointSymbol === undefined ? '.' : floatingPointSymbol;
    let numberSplitByFloatingPoint = number.toString().split(floatingPointSymbol);
    if (numberSplitByFloatingPoint.length !== 2) 
        return `${number}${floatingPointSymbol}${'0'.repeat(+numberOfZeroes)}`;
    
    let numberAfterFloatingPoint = numberSplitByFloatingPoint[1].toString();
    let formattedNumber = `${numberSplitByFloatingPoint[0]}`;
    let numberAfterFloatingPointLength = numberAfterFloatingPoint.toString().length;
    if (+numberOfZeroes > +numberAfterFloatingPointLength) 
        return `${formattedNumber}${floatingPointSymbol}${numberAfterFloatingPoint}${'0'.repeat(+numberOfZeroes - numberAfterFloatingPointLength)}`;
    
    let countOfNumbersAfterFloatingPoint = numberAfterFloatingPointLength;
    for (var i = numberAfterFloatingPointLength - 1; i >= 0; i--) {
        if (+(numberAfterFloatingPoint[i]) !== 0 || +countOfNumbersAfterFloatingPoint === +numberOfZeroes) {
            formattedNumber += `${floatingPointSymbol}${numberAfterFloatingPoint.substring(0, countOfNumbersAfterFloatingPoint)}`;
            break;
        }
        
        countOfNumbersAfterFloatingPoint--;
    }

    return formattedNumber;
}

Well, a junior dev here. A cute female QA came to me with a request - "the field for the price already has precision up to 4 decimal places, but we don't like the 4 ugly zeroes, so if the number ends in zeroes, let it have only 2" - she said in the most innocent-like tone ever known to mankind. How easy I mumbled and accepted the task. As she was leaving she added - "oo almost forgot, we also would like it if all the data fields for the price that are shown in the tables also are formatted that way". As I was watching her better side, while she was getting reunited with her QA tribe, I got shivers down the spine. I had a bad feeling about that one, but I wasn't sure why yet. Suddenly as I was getting up to get a cup of coffe, it dawned on me - "this poor excuse for a project is using jqGrid for displaying the data". To wrap things up - I got a quadruple espresso with a shot of Jacky, developers best friend in a time of need, and came up with this piece of art. Enjoy :)

By Kristopher Alexander, 2019-04-25 15:49:53
bool b = connection.isConnected() == true ? true : false;

My first internship presented me with this.

By Anonymous, 2017-12-12 09:39:54

if let _ = detailInformation {
     loadDetailInformation()
}

when optionals are killing yourself

By gc, 2017-12-13 00:19:02
var list = new List<string>() { // Assume some items in the list };

for (var i = 0; i < list.Count; i++)
{
    var item = list[i];
    list.Remove(item);
    
    i--;
}

Simple alternative to List.Clear()

By Taylor, 2017-12-13 07:07:56
function prepareKeyword($keyword) {
    $keyword  = html_entity_decode($keyword);
    $keyword  = html_entity_decode($keyword);
    $keyword  = html_entity_decode($keyword);
    $keyword  = iconv("ISO-8859-1", "UTF-8", $keyword);
    $keyword  = cleanString($keyword);
    $keyword  = html_entity_decode($keyword);
    if ($keyword != "") {
        $keyword = mb_strtolower($keyword, "UTF-8");
        $keyword = htmlentities($keyword, ENT_HTML5);
    }
    return $keyword;
}
By Anonymous, 2017-12-15 22:05:55