I've been writing tests while I develop code for a while now, but TDD goes further by requiring tests to be written before code.
One consequence of this is that the module code may seem naive; it really is just enough code to pass the current test suite.
Error= Attribute 'dsasd' is not allowed to appear in element 'CR_TUNNEL'.
I'm writing a piece of software which uses Xerces/C ( ) to validate documents against XML Schema schemas.
However, this approach leads to code bloat and inflexible code, not to mention it is hard to unit test.
Another approach is to use something like the Apache CLI (Comand-Line Interface), although here the fields and parameters have to be input in the code, again leading to inflexible code and situations where the parameters or acceptable range/values changes have to be updated and recompiled.
float Notes: The restrictions on double support apply to float as well.
Validating input is one of those programming necessities that we sometimes like to put off.Supported attributes: target Namespace, element Form Default, attribute Form Default Notes: the only supported values for element Form Default and attribute Form Default are "unqualified." As such, target Namespace is essentially ignored.string normalized String token NMTOKEN Notes: the spec says NMTOKEN should only be used for attributes, but this rule is not enforced.This should not be misconstrued as a feature and will eventually be fixed.All of these elements must be in the namespace, either using a default namespace or a prefix.