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if ( min2 < min1) min2 = min2 + 1 hr2 = hr2 1 if( hr2 < hr1) hr2 = hr2 + 24 elapsed = min2 min1 + 60* (hr2 hr1) print elapsed
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13. For the pseudocode of Problem 10.12, nd a minimal set of test cases that will achieve C0 and a minimal set of test cases that will achieve C1. The minimal test set for C0 will need at least two test cases. Hour 1 has to be 12 on one test, hour 2 has to be 12 on one test, hour 1 has to be p.m. on one test, hour 2 has to be p.m. on one test, minute 2 has to be less than minute 1 on one test and hour 2 has to be less than hour 1 on one test. This can be done on two test cases.
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This also achieves C1 coverage because each of those conditions is also false on one of these tests.
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14. The following are the feasible paths, path tests, and data ow tests.
Paths AGI AGHI ABDFGI ABDFGHI ABCDGI ABCDGHI ABCDEFGI ABCDEFGHI ABDEFGI ABDEFGHI
Truth FxxF FxxT TFFF TFFT TTFF TTFT TTTF TTTT TFTF TFTT
a,b,c 4,8,12 4,8,8 Infeasible 12,8,6 Infeasible 24,22,8 Infeasible 24,22,20 Infeasible 6,4,2
Node A ab,ag B bc,bd C D de,df E F b,y a,y b,x a,x
def a,b,c,x,y
c-use
p-use
a,b,c a,x a,b b,y
a,c b a,b,x,y
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G gh,gi H I b,x c,x x,y a,c
See Fig. 10-4.
def a,b,c A p-use a,b,c c-use a def a p-use a,b,c p-use a,b F c-use c def b D c-use d def b B p-use a,b C c-use b def a
c-use a,b def a
c-use a,c
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15. The following are the paths, CFG, and minimal test cases for each of the following criteria: C0, C1, dpu, and dcu. Paths (feasible are numbered) 1. abceik 2. abceijk 3. abdeik 4 .abdeijk 5. afhik afhijk 6. afghik afghijk TTF TTT TFF TTT FTF infeasible FFF infeasible
Minimal tests:
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C0: inputs output 2. abceijk 10,30 20 3. abdeik 10,20 22 6. afghik 20,15 30 (must include 6, but could be 1 and 4) C1: inputs output C0 tests plus 6. afghik 20,15 30 (must include 6, but could be paths 1 and 4) dpu: The only p-uses are for variable a and b. The only defs for a and b are in node A. The minimal test set is equivalent to C1. It must include partial paths AB, AF, BC, BD, FH, FG, IJ, and IK. This can be done with paths 1,4,5,6 or paths 2,3,5,6 The defs of variable x are in nodes B,C,D,E,F,G,H, and J. The c-use for variable x are in nodes C,D,E,G,H, and K. The defs of variables a and b are in node A and the c-use of variable b is in node B and the c-use of variable a is in node F. The minimal test set must include partial paths BC or BD, CE, DE, FG or F..K, GH, H..J or H..K, JK, AB, and AF. This can be done with any C1 test set.
dcu:
See Fig. 10-5.
AM FL Y
A F G C H I J K
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Object-Oriented Development
11.1 Introduction
Object-oriented software is di erent than conventional software. There are potentially many bene ts to object-oriented development. Among these bene ts are simpli cation of requirements, design, and implementation. These bene ts are achieved by modeling the problem domain with objects that represent the important entities, by encapsulating the functions with the data, by reusing objects within a project and between projects, and by having a solution that is much closer intellectually1 to the problem. The Uni ed Modeling Language (UML) is the standard notation for objectoriented models. The speci cation of the UML is available on the Web.2
11.1.1 INHERITANCE
One of the innovative ideas in object-oriented software is inheritance. Inheritance comes from the recognition of the hierarchy of ideas and concepts, and how this hierarchy/classi cation involves much inherent reuse of ideas and so on from the higher-level concepts to the lower-level specialization of those concepts. When two groups of entities are related by one being a specialization of the other, there is the potential for an inheritance relationship. In an inheritance
Intellectual distance is a term used to describe how close two ideas are to each other in this case, how close the structure of the real-world problem is to the structure of the solution. www.omg.org, or search with the keyword UML.
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