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.details.extra_recipe_idsor something along those lines
// Magic. Do not touch.
const int TEN=10;though, although i have to admit, in my course my partner and i were almost thinking of doing that too, since that java code quality checker or whatever that we had to use, was complaining about every number that was not a -1, 0, 1 or 2 for being a "magic number"
// I have no idea why this works, but it does. Do not disturb the voodoo magic.
A long time ago, I accidentally fixed a segfault in Java3D by adding a comment. It was 100% reproducible; if I removed the comment, it crashed. As long as the comment was there, it worked fine. I assume it was some bizarre timing issue, but I never did figure out exactly what was happening.
volatilechanges the semantics and you're not touching hardware (e.g., a read-only memory-mapped register) then you've done something horribly horribly wrong