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Symptoms of implementing crosscutting concerns in OO languages are “code scattering” and “code tangling”. Scattering occurs when multiple fragments of code that all do the same thing (or that do closely related things) are distributed across multiple modules. Code scattering causes that apparently small changes in requirements usually forces programmers to modify many modules. The term code tangling is often used to describe the situation where a class contains logic pertaining to more than one concern.
Designing a module so that the implementation details are hidden from other modules is called information hiding (Schach, 2007). There are several reasons for structuring a program into modules: Modularization accelerates implementation by encouraging parallel development of different parts of a system. Modularization reduces the propagation of side effects when changes occur. Each change is localized to one specific module. Modularization makes the program easier to understand. Instead of trying to keep the entire program in mind at once, it suffices to check that each module meets its specifications under the assumption that all other modules also meet their specifications.
Advances in Computer Science and IT by D. M. Akbar Hussain