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What to do...., I have think I have spotted an error in some legacy code I am meant to be replacing (I have asked some odd quesitons on the C# help boards to this end) and have seen this error which I think has been covered up. I think the boards we are working on return a value that is at odds to the documentation, or the data is reversed but how and why If I do the botch in my software, that appears to make it work the same way as the acient handhelds that I am supposed to be replacing, do I fudge it for a quiet life, raise alarm bells, or say to my boss ("I am having issues here, we had a discussion this morning about it). I'm in favour of saying to the boss "poss bug, am I doing this right?". I can see problems with what ever I do. BTW is this a Lounge question?
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