Agile programming (was Re: [P|C] Banksel)
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>> I think you just created a straw man. :) I've never heard anyone
>> writing a test program for the test program. What you have is the program
>> under test (the part that the users use), and the tests.
> Thinking of two examples:
> how do you test the accuracy of your new whizz-bang ultra-accurate
> pressure sensor ..... somehow you have to build an even more accurate
> pressure container...
I think this is like comparing apples and banana pies.
> how do you test a software implemented queue that is accessed in a
> multi-threaded environment for both adding to and removing from the
You write functions that put something in the queue, and other functions
that pull stuff from the queue. What's complicated about it?
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