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1-17-2011 @ 4:53PM
Two more things to consider.1. Sometimes programmers purposely break things. They get a bug report but can't track down the exact cause so they start trying to force the error to occur again.2. It is easier to test things in extreme. If you see a general trend indicating something is unbalanced, if you exacerbate the issue you can see more clearly what is actually occurring. If you imagine a graph, the difference between the highest point and lowest point is more greater than any other two points in between.
1-17-2011 @ 4:54PM
*greater, not more greater. Grammar fail =(
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