Can we Have Zen WET Code?

The DRY Principle says you Don’t Repeat Yourself when writing code. Encoding the same knowledge in two distinct locations means that if the information changes, we need to update both of them.

Failing to apply this principle leads to what is humorously called WET code. (“Write Everything Twice” or “We Enjoy Typing”, according to Wikipedia editors).

What does this mean in terms of zen levels?

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