Abstract: How to avoid introducing bugs into computer program code, and how to test a program to find those bugs that slip in anyway.
Keywords: book review, software, ms_windows, programming, C C++ computer program language, testing, Microsoft Windows.
book cover
Title: No Bugs!: Delivering Error-Free Code in C and C++
Author: David Thielen
Publisher: Addison-Wesley
Date Published: July 1992
ISBN: 0201608901
LOCN: QA76.73.C15T53 1992
Dewey: 005.26/2 20
Pages: 206
Figures: 12
Click below to buy the book
[Book price/availability varies]
Buy from Amazon


This book is on my shelf awaiting further review. under construction icon



Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: What is a Bug

Chapter 3: General Principles

Chapter 4: Some Basic Tricks

Chapter 5: Assert the World

Chapter 6: Debug Printfs

Chapter 7: Watching the Stack

Chapter 8: Watching the Heap

Chapter 9: File I/O

Chapter 10: Special Tricks of C++

Chapter 11: Special Tricks for Assembly Language

Chapter 12: The Testing Process

Chapter 13: Shipping the Product

Chapter 14: Useful Bug-Discovery Tools

Appendix A: Debug Message Boxes

Appendix B: Debug Second Monitor


Author:        Thielen, David.
Title:         No bugs! : delivering error-free code in C and
                  C++ / David Thielen.
Published:     Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, c1992.
Description:   xvi, 206 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
LC Call No.:   QA76.73.C15T53 1992
Dewey No.:     005.26/2 20
ISBN:          0201608901 : $24.95 USA ($31.95 Canada)
Notes:         Includes index.
Subjects:      C (Computer program language)
               C++ (Computer program language)
Control No.:   92014802 


I have taken this program and I highly recommend it to all health-care providers - Orville R. Weyrich, Jr PhD NMD.
Functional Diagnostic Medicine banner ad
For more information, see: The CSI Report and Video and Become a New Patient Magnet

Copyright © 1998     Orville R. Weyrich, Jr.