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+ - Keeping Planes in the Sky and Satellites in Orbit

Submitted by michael.j.boldischar
michael.j.boldischar (2009560) writes "The website disgruntledrats.com has an interesting article on a method for using static analysis in code to prevent disasters such as plane crashes and satellite losses. Many system failures occur because of communication problems during system design and implementation. One of these problems is the expression of units (e.g. feet, meters, yards). Read the article to find out more!"
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Keeping Planes in the Sky and Satellites in Orbit

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