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  1.    30 Dec 2015 #281
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee View Post
    . . .feeling a little adventurous there Mr. Bunny. . .
    LOL.. No.. I would be stupid to even think of doing that. Heck, I'm nuts due to that kind of work.
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  2.    30 Dec 2015 #282
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    Quote Originally Posted by BunnyJ View Post
    LOL.. No.. I would be stupid to even think of doing that. Heck, I'm nuts due to that kind of work.
    I think it was that kind of work that caused all my brain attacks (strokes). . .
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  3.    30 Dec 2015 #283
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    Quote Originally Posted by BunnyJ View Post
    Trust me.. I was a full time professional programmer for over 20 years and trying to debug an 100K line program is a pain.. I would shoot myself if I had to work on an OS.
    There is an old programming axiom: "Any attempt to debug a program invariably introduces new bugs which are even harder to find".
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  4.    30 Dec 2015 #284
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    Hi,

    "Any attempt to debug a program invariably introduces new bugs which are even harder to find".
    That 'splains it then.

    Cheers,
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  5.    30 Dec 2015 #285
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    Well, Happy New Year to all you insiders and may there be many more unstable buggy versions of Win10 next year
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  6.    30 Dec 2015 #286
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    Serbia
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    Quote Originally Posted by f14tomcat View Post
    There is an old programming axiom: "Any attempt to debug a program invariably introduces new bugs which are even harder to find".
    Believe me guys. troubleshooting can get dicey in other areas. Imagine a half ton machine part and a wrong thread pitch on a 1/2" bolt and you find out about that only after final assembly with few hundred parts.
    Than you may run into a 3 door machine relay logic control cabinet with few hundreds of relays, each one with 12 NO/NC mixed contacts. Miles of wires crisscrossing all over the place and no schematic. One of the wires doesn't make contact or is broken in unknown place. Troubleshoot that !!!
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  7.    30 Dec 2015 #287
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    Arnold, MD
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoItJust View Post
    Well, Happy New Year to all you insiders and may there be many more unstable buggy versions of Win10 next year
    I'll take the part in red, but the part in yellow can go back in Pandora's Box....
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  8.    30 Dec 2015 #288
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    Windows 10 Pro

    So if a OS is buggy it shouldn't be debugged because it's going to create more bugs? If a piece of machinery is broke down it shouldn't be fixed because it going to be complicated to repair? I don't get it. In my opinion it would be easier(not easy) to fix any problems as they arise instead of letting them accumulate.
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  9.    31 Dec 2015 #289
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    The problem with debugging is, One messpelling, one typo and Pffffft! It is hard, to find the typo, because our brain(not our eyes) sees what it expects to see, and not what is.
    Did you notice I wrote mes-pelling instead of mis-spelling?
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  10.    31 Dec 2015 #290
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff S View Post
    The problem with debugging is, One messpelling, one typo and Pffffft! It is hard, to find the typo, because our brain(not our eyes) sees what it expects to see, and not what is.
    Did you notice I wrote mes-pelling instead of mis-spelling?
    Cliff.. Syntax errors(typos) are caught in the compilation process and don't cause bugs.) That's where the source code(English stuff) is turned into PC talk.
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