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I'm a Technion student studying Software Engineering.


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comment How do you share your craft with non programmers?
@gnat Look at the asking dates. If anything, it's the other way around.
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accepted What is better: multiple sql entries or one sql entry with a list field?
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comment What's the benefit of avoiding the use of a debugger?
@dasblinkenlight OK fair enough. I did not consider that some would use a debugger as a crutch for simple situations as well.
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comment What's the benefit of avoiding the use of a debugger?
@dasblinkenlight Again, you do not start thinking about your code only when there is a problem. You think about it before, during, and after you write it, so if a debugger is even considered, it means your ability to think about it failed. This is like: a car is used to travel long distances fast, someone comes and asks what's the benefit of not using a car, so you answer that there's benefits when you don't need to travel long distances fast. If you don't need to travel long distances fast, the question is moot, the interesting part is why would you not use a car when you do need to do that.
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comment What's the benefit of avoiding the use of a debugger?
How is this different from what you would do anyway when dealing with code? Isn't the implied assumption in the question is that your ability to consider multiple execution paths failed (if you are the code author), or that you are not familiar enough with the code to have a proper mental "map" of it to look at possible code paths?
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