It's easier for you to read what you wrote than it is for you to read what someone else wrote, therefore the problem is with the other person? Reading code is always harder than writing code. When you write code, by definition you have a working model of the code in your head and understand all the concepts involved (or it won't work). When you read someone else's code, even well commented source code, you're trying to reverse engineer their thought process based on a machine they built which was primarily designed to function, not to teach. Beyond that, working code is often complicated because it has to deal with the real world rather than a theoretical model. Go read this: http://www.joelonsoftware.com/articles/fog0000000069.html
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