Spaghetti alla bolognese


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    noun spaghetti in a sauce of cream, eggs, Parmesan cheese, small pieces of bacon, and vegetables, such as peas Usage Note cooking

  • Spaghetti bolognese

    noun a thick meat and tomato sauce made with wine and milk or cream, served with spaghetti; also written spaghetti alla Bolognese Word Origin fr. Bologna, Italy Usage Note cooking

  • Spaghetti code

    programming A pejorative term for code with a complex and tangled control structure, especially one using many GOTOs, exceptions, or other “unstructured” branching constructs. The synonym “kangaroo code” has been reported, doubtless because such code has so many jumps in it. [Jargon File] (1997-02-17)

  • Spaghetti inheritance

    [encountered among users of object-oriented languages that use inheritance, such as Smalltalk] A convoluted class-subclass graph, often resulting from carelessly deriving subclasses from other classes just for the sake of reusing their code. Coined in a (successful) attempt to discourage such practice, through guilt-by-association with spaghetti code. [Jargon File]

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