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1. It saves overall development time and effort.

2. Code is easy to maintain.

3. It reduces the chances of bugs.

What is DRY?

DRY stands for "Don't Repeat Yourself" and is a principle in software development that emphasizes the importance of avoiding duplication of code.

The idea is that every piece of knowledge or logic in a system should have a single, authoritative representation.

When code is duplicated, it can become harder to maintain, as changes may need to be made in multiple places.

Additionally, duplication can lead to inconsistencies and bugs, as changes may be made in one location but not in another.

The DRY principle suggests that instead of duplicating code, common functionality should be abstracted out into functions, modules, or libraries, which can then be reused across the application.

This approach can lead to more efficient, maintainable, and scalable codebases.

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