I have a question along these lines:  I refer to much of the old code that I 
see as being brittle.  I don't know exactly why I started using that term but 
it does seem appropriate.  Touch something, and something breaks somewhere 
else.  change a line of code and suddenly some whole section starts behaving 
differently. 

Have others noticed this?  Does this word make sense to others, or am I 
speaking badly?  It is important to me because I feel we must constantly fight 
against this brittleness or suddenly we have applications that are no longer 
useful or repairable.  Its usually at this point that I hear the "We need some 
PCs to do this" speech.


In <199903200957_MC2-6EB2-7239@compuserve.com>, on 03/20/99 
   at 09:56 AM, John Carr <74711.77@compuserve.com> said:


>BTW,  With that management attitude,  How come you still aren't useing 
>RPGII ?    And I bet they are the same Management who complain about 
>their applications are getting older.

>John Carr
>EdgeTech

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