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vipindeep
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      10-21-2004
Hi all..

I am trying to do a small survey on common bugs and bad programming
practices. I request you to contribute by giving the following
information:

The bugs you make -- any bug which may be as simple as null
dereference or as complex as Deadlock.

The severity of the bug as you would consider: high, medium,
negligable

an example code snippet for the bug.

I hope you will give the information and you can mail to the ID
http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/(E-Mail Removed)
Once I collect the information, I will post the report to the group.

Thanks in anticipation,
Vipindeep
 
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Rogue Chameleon
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      10-22-2004
vipindeep wrote:
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> I am trying to do a small survey on common bugs and bad programming
> practices.
>


Is this for an assignment?
 
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