Hi, For .NET developers who uses unit tests to test their code, are you suffering from regression (i.e., unit tests which fails on a regular basis)? If so, how do you face these issues? Regular debug sessions to find the problem each time a test is being failed? Some other, maybe more sophisticated approaches? I would like to hear your opinion about the following solution which can find the code changes which caused a certain unit test to fail: [URL="http://www.wisetester.com/"]Unit Testing Tool[/URL] For those of you who do suffer from regression in unit tests: 1. Would you try it if …

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hi, everyone here, i meet some problem in the process of developing my software, who can help me to test this routing system software

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Hi everyone, I made a very quick and dirty PHP speed testing system ([URL="http://chrelad.awardspace.com/speed"]chrelad.awardspace.com/speed[/URL]) and was looking for feedback on different tests that I could add to it. I've only got two tests going right now: Comparison of string concat/replace methods [LIST] [*]Heredoc with interpolation [*]Double quote with interpolation [*]Double quote concat [*]Single quote concat [*]Heredoc with multiple str_replace's [*]Heredoc with bulk str_replace [*]Heredoc with sprintf [*]Heredoc with preg_replace [/LIST] Comparison of loop methods [LIST] [*]Foreach [*]Foreach with array_keys [*]For with size identified in for statement [*]For with size identified before for statement [/LIST] I like that it's got graphs …

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When I use the windows experience index test, my computer ALWAYS freezes when it gets to the CPU part. I have tried multiple times,and it always happens. So I decided to try another program. I did the 3dMarkVantage test, and the graphics tests did fine, the first CPU test finished, and when it moved to the second, my computer froze on the warm up. I have a core i7 860 @ 2.8GHz.

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free online test of C/C++ <URL SNIPPED>

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When I finally got the input to work in this code it stopped displaying the txt on the screen. Any suggestions on how to fix this. [code]import pygame, sys from pygame.locals import * import time mo = 0 # set up pygame pygame.init() # set up the window windowSurface = pygame.display.set_mode((500, 400), 0, 32) pygame.display.set_caption('Test') # set up the colors BLACK = (0, 0, 0) WHITE = (255, 255, 255) RED = (255, 0, 0) GREEN = (0, 255, 0) BLUE = (0, 0, 255) # set up fonts basicFont = pygame.font.SysFont(None, 48) # draw the black background onto the …

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I am TRYING to write a program that finds restriction sites in a DNA file and returns a picture and information box of the enzyme which cuts it. My problems are; a) I have no idea if my program works past opening the file directory. b) I dont know how to iterate through the file 6 characters at a time, moving 1 character along each time. I need to do this, then use the dictionary to get the enzyme that corresponds to the found restriction site.... I have included my code so far. If someone can atleast tell me how …

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Can any software testers out there help? I've noticed a lot of job adds asking for a tester with c# experience. I would like to learn a new language and apply it to software testing. Please can you tell me the type of programs testers creating in C#? Thanks, RedRose123

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Hello, I have a class named Time and when I run it I can enter the time, increase the hours and minutes, the minutes and hours will stored in their fields. I have another class called TimeTest, when this class is running, it needs to display the test results of my Time class, test results are basically what time I entered and what time it is. I need to return the results on terminal. Like the time is etc Time was increased x timees I used ++ increment on hours and minutes when increasing Here is my time class code …

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Hello all, I am taking a course in C++ and in Ada. Our professor has given us the choice to be tested in language profficiency in either C++ or Ada. The test format will be of simpler programming problems and more geared towards shortanswer concepts. I was wondering if anyone had a good introductory C++ or Ada tutorial that they highly recommend. (I have already googled some, but find they are either far to advanced or far too simple) Also, do you have any practice tests/exams that I could have? Thanks in advance!

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Just how much of a geek are you? Do you know who Sergey Brin is? Can you solve a Rubik's Cube, in under five minutes? Do you know the value of Pi beyond 3.14? Would you spend a small fortune to get [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry4607.html"]satnav on your mobile[/URL]? Or maybe strap a large sucker to your thigh to hold your iPhone in place when sitting down in public? I did not make that last one up, honest. There really is a company which is marketing an iPhone accessory which is, essentially, just a large sucker cup attached to some velcro which straps …

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Claiming to be the biggest search engine on the web is a pretty confident thing to do on the day that your search engine launches, but that is exactly what the creators of [URL="http://www.cuil.com"]Cuil[/URL] have done today. Combining the "biggest Web index" with "content-based relevance methods" whereby results are organised by way of ideas, is what Cuil hopes will differentiate it in this already crowded market. Cuil claims 120 billion indexed Web pages, which it maintains is a stonking three times more than any other search engine. Google has just revealed that during its automatic indexing process it recently counted …

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Microsoft's patch-the-patch policy and practice has just rubbed a hole in their own breeches that they need to patch! First, the snafu over WGA (which supposedly just wants to make sure you have a legitimate copy of Windows before you are allowed to update or get other cool stuff for the OS). Now there is this thing with one of the recent patches that some know-it-all says can "put the nation's critical infrastructure at risk". What? Critical Infrastructure? Risk? Nation, for crying out loud? I guess we're now saying Microsoft is going to bring the country to its knees. I …

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