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Use your compiler warnings It s easy to make small errors that slip past the compiler. Setting your compiler to the pickiest warning level possible will help catch many errors almost as soon as you type them. Retest Reviews of changed code should be complemented by retests. Regression testing is described in more detail in TBD, Developer Testing. Add test cases In addition to retesting with your old tests, add new unit tests to exercise the new code. Review the changes If reviews are important the first time through, they are even more important during subsequent modifications. Ed Yourdon reports that when programmers make changes to a program, they typically have more than a 50 percent chance of making an error the first time (Yourdon 1986b). Interestingly, if programmers work with a substantial portion of the code, rather than just a few lines, the chance of making a correct modification improves. Specifically, as the number of lines changed increases from one to five lines, the chance of making a bad change increases. After that, the chance of making a bad change decreases.
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Page 214 How Do I Publish to a Windows Media Server Publishing using a Windows Media server requires that you supply more information in the Publish Wizard than publishing to just a Web server. Windows Media Services uses the concept of publishing points. Basically, a publishing point is a name that you assign to the location of your content on the server. The client uses this name to access the content, rather than the physical location. For detailed information about Windows Media Services, configuring your Windows Media server, and using publishing points, see Windows Media Services Help. For a complete overview of Windows Media and streaming technologies, see the book Inside Windows Media (Que, 1999). Selecting a Publishing Profile When Microsoft Producer creates the files for your published presentation, it encodes the content you have placed on the timeline into output files. During this process, Producer examines each item on the Video, Audio, and Audio 2 tracks to determine its type (audio, video, or screen capture). Producer then appropriately combines and compresses the content into one or more Windows Media files. There are two main advantages to this process. First, combining content makes playback easier since several items of content can be streamed from the same file. Second, Windows Media files occupy much less space than uncompressed audio and video content on a hard drive. A profile is a related group of settings that tell Producer which codec to use to create a Windows Media file for your published presentation. (A codec is the software that determines how to compress or decompress a Windows Media file.) When you use the Publish Wizard to publish your presentation, you choose one or more publishing profiles from a list. Producer only includes in this list profiles that are compatible with the content on the timeline. The name of each profile in the list describes the intended use of the profile. Typically this will include two pieces of information: The type of connection for which the profile is intended, such as local playback (playback from the viewer s computer) or target audience playback (playback from a network server or the Internet). The bit rate at which the resulting Windows Media file will play. Bit rate refers to the speed at which the Windows Media content transfers between the source (which could be a server computer, a CD, or a local hard drive) and the player, in this case a Windows Media Player ActiveX control embedded in a Web page created by Producer. Bit rate is measured in kilobits per second (Kbps). The bit rate value relates directly to the playback quality: the lower the bit rate, the lower the perceived quality; the higher the bit rate, the better the perceived quality.
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The properties of the Process class provide information about the underlying system processes. The first call to a Process property populates the instance with information about the system process, representing a snapshot of the process at the time the property was accessed; this information is cached in the Process instance and won't be updated until the Refresh method is called. Table A-5 provides a summary of the commonly used Process properties. Other properties provide details about the resources that the system process is using; consult the .NET documentation for complete details.
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SET NOCOUNT ON; USE tempdb; DECLARE @max AS INT; WHILE 1 = 1 BEGIN SET @max = (SELECT MAX(seq_val) FROM dbo.T1); SELECT * INTO #T1 FROM dbo.T1 WITH(NOLOCK); CREATE NONCLUSTERED INDEX idx_seq_val ON #T1(seq_val); IF EXISTS( SELECT * FROM (SELECT seq_val AS cur, (SELECT MIN(seq_val) FROM #T1 AS N WHERE N.seq_val > C.seq_val) AS nxt FROM #T1 AS C WHERE seq_val <= @max) AS D WHERE nxt - cur > 1) BREAK; DROP TABLE #T1; END SELECT * FROM (SELECT seq_val AS cur, (SELECT MIN(seq_val) FROM #T1 AS N WHERE N.seq_val > C.seq_val) AS nxt FROM #T1 AS C WHERE seq_val <= @max) AS D WHERE nxt - cur > 1; DROP TABLE #T1;
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The INDEX function is always particularly useful if the array is known and is constant; in other words, if the location of the values to be determined isn t constantly changing .
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