My syntax errors while coding are caught by the compiler. This is more efficient than proofreading. Other people at my company can spend their time doing documentation. I can do it, and do it well, when it is necessary. Otherwise I would prefer spending my time being productive.
Another fool who doesn't consider documentation as being productive. Also, being able to proofread has helped me spot and fix lots of bugs in other people's code, whether c, c++, php, whatever. Doing a compile just to find a typo is lame. I stopped doing that decades ago.
So keep minimizing the damage your bad reading skills bring to the table