From: Aleksey Gurtovoy (alexy_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-03-20 18:29:22
Marshall Clow wrote:
> >Then there is no point to the "VERIFY" calls either. The
> program will crash,
> >you will be running the debugger anyway so you can see that
> you blew it.
> I disagree.
> A better way to say it is "the program will probably crash at
> some time in the future".
> I much prefer to be notified as soon as something is wrong
> (or as soon as I can see something wrong).
> Yes, having ::OpenClipboard fail may be symptomatic of
> something else, but it is a
> definite indication that something is wrong. I like being
> notified "right now".
Exactly my point of view too.
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