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Markus Hitter wrote:
<snip>
>
> That's true. The worst piece of code I've ever seen produced almost as 
> many warnings as it had code lines, still it compiled. It was code 
> developed closed, then opened later.
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> - on-topic stuff skipped - ;-)
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> Markus
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> Dipl. Ing. (FH) Markus Hitter
> http://www.jump-ing.de/
When I was working for decades as an Electronics & Software engineer at 
an aerospace company, I treated warnings the same as errors in the code 
I developed.  It was a matter of pride as well as quality.  That is how 
I was trained in the field.  When I compile many Linux packages today 
and watch the numerous warnings scrolling by, I wince.  For that is an 
indication of the quality of the code.  But if I need the function in 
the application I am building, I need to accept it - reluctantly and 
under protest.  I still always fix warnings in my own code.
Girvin Herr, Ret.

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