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Christ Kennedy 27-Aug-11 10:09am View
   
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forgive my slow response(s) but if by 'ship the wrong code' you mean 'skip the wrong code' or 'snip the wrong code' i guess you could do that any way you make your comments. I like to use this comment/uncommenting scheme when i debug by inserting debugging code that i can easily comment out, but i'm sure there are a hundred different ways to use this idea for each programmer out there.
enjoy the code
Christ Kennedy 29-Mar-11 7:20am View
   
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very convenient too! thanks for your vote and comment.
Christ Kennedy 3-Feb-11 7:53am View
   
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I'm in the habit of using this method strictly for commenting/uncommenting debugging-code embedded in the rest of my code, specifically writing ///* debug_start -----debuggingCode----- // debug_stop */ and am therefore always careful not to have this scheme inside another like it. thanks for your comment.
Christ Kennedy 2-Feb-11 16:23pm View
   
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works pretty good! thanks.
Christ Kennedy 2-Feb-11 16:22pm View
   
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thanks.
Christ Kennedy 1-Feb-11 6:51am View
   
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nice, eh!
Christ Kennedy 31-Jan-11 17:20pm View
   
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great!
Christ Kennedy 31-Jan-11 17:19pm View
   
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yep, i think you're right.
Christ Kennedy 31-Jan-11 12:50pm View
   
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isn't it!
Christ Kennedy 24-Jan-11 10:52am View
   
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glad you agree.
Christ Kennedy 24-Jan-11 10:51am View
   
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really handy, I often add "debug-start" & "debug-end" if that segment is for debugging purposes only

///* debug - start

//*/ debug - end
Christ Kennedy 24-Jan-11 10:50am View
   
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thanks, I use it all the time