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Unfortunately, there is often no universally, or even widely accepted, term for many concepts in software engineering. Even with projects like the IEEE Computer Society and ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC7 (the ISO's software and systems engineering group) maintaining the Software and Systems Engineering Vocabulary, people don't agree on terms and what they mean. Because ...


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Well, the literal reason for closage is questionable. But IMHO the post looks a lot like one of those micro-optimization questions where the only viable answer is "it will most probably depend on the specific compiler, maybe the compiler version and the optimization options used, as well as from the difference between your real code and the code posted ...


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One of three things happens with questions like these. One option is it turns into a hunt to find a particular blog post, paper, or book where the person clarifies their stance. Resource requests like this have been determined to be off-topic here. Another option is that the answer hasn't been given anywhere and people guess or share their opinions. A third, ...


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Why even have a "Terminology" or "Definition" tag if you can't even ask for "formal terminology" without it being considered "Opinion Based"? Our community does not have a homogeneous opinion about what kind of terminology questions to keep and which to close. To my observation, specifically the three members who ...


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