rbinder / rbsc.com (Bob Binder) wrote in message news:<ded6b237.0112161851.50de3629 / posting.google.com>...

> Coverage of what? How do you *know* this to be the case?  If you (or
> anyone else) hasn't run a coverage analyzer, you're just guessing
> about code coverage(toy problems excluded.)  Why are you able to do
> what Knuth and Kernighan (and many others) routinely fail to do?
> 
> There are several freeware coverage analyzers. You can download
> coverage analyzers with a 30 day try-before-you-buy license from many
> leading vendors.  Why don't you all get some *real* data to support
> your claims? This wouldn't take more than a few hours: download and
> install a tool, instrument your app, run your test suite, and see what
> you get.  Who knows -- maybe you'll be able to prove you really can
> walk on water.

Maybe they do not want to make their customers who buy XP metoring and
books from them _a bit_ nervous because of uncertainity about the
quality emebedded in software XP produces.

Kinda blissful unawareness...

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Best Wishes,
Vladimir