Does this mean that "I don't do it, and you don't do it", or "i don't do it, and you do it"?
And what does "I won't do it like you don't" mean?
I'm so confused.
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I won't do it like you do.
The meaing is
I will not do it like you do.
I will not follow your example.
I see you include no comments in your C++ code. That's bad. I won't do it like you do. I will always comment my code so that other programmers could understand it.
But note that the use of the pronoun it could indicate two slightly different meanings