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Do you do defensive programming?

Survey period: 14 May 2012 to 21 May 2012

"Defensive programming is ... intended to ensure the continuing function of a piece of software in spite of unforeseeable usage of said software". ie provide air-bags and ABS for your code. (suggested by the enigmatic V)

Yes, I use defensive programming always19316.67
I use defensive programming mostly51044.04
I use defensive programming rarely19817.10
No, I don't use defensive programming design595.09
I have no idea of what you speak.19817.10

GeneralRe: Well Pin
codeBegin13-May-12 20:32
MembercodeBegin13-May-12 20:32 
GeneralRe: Well Pin
OriginalGriff13-May-12 21:53
mveOriginalGriff13-May-12 21:53 
GeneralRe: Well Pin
Prasad_Kulkarni13-May-12 22:33
MemberPrasad_Kulkarni13-May-12 22:33 
GeneralRe: Well Pin
codeBegin13-May-12 23:02
MembercodeBegin13-May-12 23:02 
GeneralIsn't that an anti-pattern...? Pin
Sander Rossel13-May-12 19:36
professionalSander Rossel13-May-12 19:36 
GeneralRe: Isn't that an anti-pattern...? Pin
Reiss13-May-12 20:54
professionalReiss13-May-12 20:54 
GeneralRe: Isn't that an anti-pattern...? Pin
PIEBALDconsult14-May-12 3:21
professionalPIEBALDconsult14-May-12 3:21 
GeneralRe: Isn't that an anti-pattern...? Pin
Sander Rossel14-May-12 7:37
professionalSander Rossel14-May-12 7:37 
The parameter that was supposed to tell the caller which parameter was null! Laugh | :laugh:
It's an OO world.
public class Naerling : Lazy<Person>{
    public void DoWork(){ throw new NotImplementedException(); }

GeneralRe: Isn't that an anti-pattern...? Pin
Ravi Bhavnani14-May-12 6:02
professionalRavi Bhavnani14-May-12 6:02 

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