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What is software quality?

, 11 Apr 2011 CPOL
CodeProject The quality of software is assessed by a number of variables. These variables can be divided into external and internal quality criteria. External quality is what a user experiences when running the software in its operational mode. Internal quality refers to aspects that are code-depend
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