Writing idiomatic code implies relying on the standard library to solve problems, and not reimplementing functionality that is already maintained by core developers.
This has two main benefits:
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Learning and internalizing the idioms of a language greatly improves your reading abilities. You are able to focus on understanding what the code does instead of wondering why the code is written in an awkward way.
Projects that use idiomatic code benefit from:
Idiomatic refers to the most common way to write something in a language. Writing idiomatic code means following the conventions of the language, and solving problems the way they are meant to be solved in that language, not by porting programming patterns from other languages.
Idioms vary widely across languages.
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