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I have designed my 'educated guess' physics lists as simply as possible, to make the code readible. This gave them quite large code volume, though, and now they are seeing something of a maintenance problem. I am thinking about using templates to bring the code-size down, but of course this will make the lists less readable, or to say this better, well readable to those reasonably familiar with templates in C++. I wanted to air this on the list, to get some feed-back from you guys, on if or not it really would hurt (may be not at all?).
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