Spaghetti code explained with a real-world use case
What is the Spaghetti code? Spaghetti code also referred to as the big ball of mud, is code without a definite structure and resembles spaghetti. This form of code is tightly coupled, hard to maintain, and refactor and a nightmare for the devs working on…
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