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When it comes to code, less is more. Or to be more precise, less is better. How do you write less code and still write enough code to make your applications function as required? One way is to reuse code: write code once, use that code many times. If the words "code reuse" evoke thoughts of copying bits of code and pasting it elsewhere, keep reading because this article will teach you a better way! When it comes to object-oriented ColdFusion Markup Language (CFML) using ColdFusion components (CFCs), one approach to writing code once and using it many times is making use of inheritance. This article will explain what inheritance is and how you can take advantage of it in order to write less code. Along the way, this article will ensure that you understand the basics of CFCs and how they are used. The best software not only functions as required by its users, but also... (more)