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Reviewing the worst piece of code ever

There’s an italian Fb page called “Il Programmatore di Merda” (which is willing to be translated to “The Shitty Programmer”). I esteem that page.

They in most cases fragment shitty pieces of code and memes about programming, but this day I’ve seen something rather unbelievable:

Il merdone della settimana (weekly very huge shit)

There are such lots of rotten issues in right here that I don’t know where to originate.

Within the occasion you’re a junior developer, this post will let you designate some very corrupt errors written in the code above.

Let’s write down the above code, so that we’re going to focus on about it:

Okay, I don’t no doubt know where to originate.

Let’s divide the errors above in 3 categories:

Security considerations

We are rather certain that the following code is running on the client aspect, ’cause it’s wrapped between two

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