Category Archives: Testing

Platitudes

A platitude is a statement that holds no information, as it is so obviously and so universally true that stating the opposite cannot ever make sense. Saying or writing platitudes is therefore considered pointless and almost rude, for a reason. … Continue reading

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No pain, no gain

When transforming PACBASE-generated COBOL code as we do, testing is an important issue. We provide a number of ways of significantly reducing the workload attached to this task, but it remains a concern and has to be taken into account … Continue reading

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