Spaghetti Code

Spaghetti code is a slang term for a big jumble of programming code that does not have any rhyme or reason. It has no logical or consistent organization of methods and properties. Typically the code is linear and lengthy—full of repetition instead of dynamic functions. This can easily happen in software development when developers do quick and dirty hacks to get the job done—not taking the bigger picture into consideration. Spaghetti code is hard to maintain and prone to bugs. But hey, if it gets the job done it gets the job done.

How do you get spaghetti code? Copy pasta!