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dimar:

I've never heard it called "Situation Theta" before, but I like the name. Unfortunately, I don't have a strategy for detecting those. So currently, I just waste my time trying to get the code path(s) executed and corrected, only to be told by the client that "Oh...that feature never worked, and we don't really need it anyway.". <sigh...>

If you're a nine-to-fiver, it's a real bummer. If you're a contractor, at least they get to pay for the time!

--roboticus


In reply to Re^3: Parse PHP or Perl and Reconstruct MySQL Schema by roboticus
in thread Parse PHP or Perl and Reconstruct MySQL Schema by Anonymous Monk

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