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Unformatted text preview: self-documenting programs are and the notions of an approach that can minimize the burden of such documentation. 3. In chapter 16, in order to see what rate of progress we can expect in software technology, the author examined its difficulties. He divides the difficulties into two parts, essence-the difficulties inherent in the nature of the software, and accidents-those difficulties that today attend its production but that are not inherent. Please enumerate the inherent properties of the irreducible essence of modern software systems and explain why they are there....
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- Spring '08