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This has happened to me enough times before for me to be embarrassed by it, and for that reason I'm writing this blog post about it. If you have an if statement that is always returning true (it feels something like, "GAAAHH, why does my if statement always return true!) then this could be your problem (and solution!). I noticed this mistake again today working in Actionscript 3 while fixing a bug in Head Exploder. Here's a simplified version of the as3 code:
Inspired by Effective Unit Testing: A Java Developer's Guide, I wrote this post about unit testing and my previous programming experiences without it. Instead of double posting it, I'll just leave the link to the original post here.
Original Linkedin Post: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/poking-fun-poke-run-alternative-unit-testing-jim-lynch?trk=prof-post
I've never met Tao Xie, but I know that he is (or was) a professor at the University of Illinois. He has put together a fantastic collections of links to site and old courses regarding unit testing and software development.
In an early example in Martin Fowler's book Refactoring: Improving the Design of Existing Code he highlights that renaming a variable or method is a legitimate form of refactoring. It can also be immensely helpful to the readability if the code. Here's an except from page 15 of the book:
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