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Francis Sullivan ; IDA Center for Computing Sciences

Everyone who's ever written a program must have wondered at some point how so very many really sneaky bugs managed to creep into the code. Some errors, of course, are merely typing mistakes - even a moderate-sized program consists of several thousand characters, each of which must be correct. But others are of a much different and more subtle character and can persist for years before being exposed.

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Computing in Science & Engineering  (Volume:9 ,  Issue: 3 )