Code restructuring or refactoring is a process wherein computer code is restructured without transforming or adding to its external behaviour and functionality. It is done through a series of standardised, basic actions, which are also called micro-refactorings. The code changes, in this case, are so tiny that they don't create or introduce new errors. It is done to improve the non-functional attributes of the software. Turning dirty code into clean code allows developers to better understand and track the code and add new functionalities.
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