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Tip of the Day
Language: C
Expertise: Intermediate
Jul 26, 2003

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The Debug and Release Check Technique

Assertions are excellent at catching bugs during development. However, some checks need to be performed at runtime for production code as well. A good way to wrap the two is this:

if (condition_failed)
{
   ASSERT(false);
   return error_code
}
At debug time, this forces the debugger to stop at the error point. In production, the program has a chance to recover since it doesn't accept an invalid value blindly.

Gigi Sayfan
 
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