Feb28 - UCSD CSE 15L Java Debugging and the Scientic Method...

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UCSD CSE 15L Java Debugging and the Scientifc Method Lab 7 (Week 9) February 28, 2011
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Quiz today! Today’s quiz question is again about using Eclipse. 1. Take your quiz sheet and keep it upside down. 2. At the announcement, start. 3. You have seven minutes. Turn it over at the announcement.
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Fundamental principles Previously I said that the most basic idea in the scientific method may be Think before you do . Here’s a related basic scientific idea: Be systematic. And here are two basic engineering ideas: If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it. If it’s fixed, don’t break it. Synthesis: Do systematic testing to ensure bugs stay fixed.
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This week again, we’re going to use new features of Eclipse. The new features allow you to test software systematically. Testing : Running sample cases to support (not prove) the hypothesis that actual behavior equals intended behavior. Regression test: A sample case used to check that something working in a previous version still works in a new version. Unit test:
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