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4 • Coding, Testing, and Further Refinement temporary scaffolding defensive programming static analyzer 29 function is called, and the values of important variables can be printed before and after each function is called. Such snapshots can help the programmer converge quickly on the particular location where an error is occurring. Scaffolding is another term frequently used to describe code inserted into a program to help with debugging. Never hesitate to put scaffolding into your programs as you write them; it will be easy to delete once it is no longer needed, and it may save you much grief during debugging.

2. Typical, realistic values. Always try a program on data chosen to represent how the program will be used. These data should be sufficiently simple so that the results can be checked by hand. 3. Extreme values. Many programs err at the limits of their range of applications. It is very easy for counters or array bounds to be off by one. 4. Illegal values. “Garbage in, garbage out” is an old saying in computer circles that should not be respected. When a good program has garbage coming in, then its output should at least be a sensible error message.

C = cin. = N ); return (c == y || c == Y ); } At this point, we have all the functions for the Life simulation. It is time to pause and check that it works. 6 Drivers separate debugging driver program For small projects, each function is usually inserted in its proper place as soon as it is written, and the resulting program can then be debugged and tested as far as possible. For large projects, however, compilation of the entire project can overwhelm that of a new function being debugged, and it can be difficult to tell, looking only at the way the whole program runs, whether a particular function is working correctly or not.

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