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QuestionHandling errors - What is a good balance? Pin
Troy.compdr17-May-12 7:50
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Lately I have begun to question how far an application should go to allow users to address possible errors? This may be answering my own question but it dawned on me while writing that it comes down to, at what point does the error checking and correction begin to affect application build costs and performance.
What do others think?
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