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Code folding is a feature of some IDEs allowing the user to collapse sections of a source code file while working in other parts of it. This allows a software developer to manage larger amounts of code within one window, without getting lost in a morass of complexity. A folding point is typically a method but can also be an entire class or even as small as an if-then-else block or comment section.
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