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How to cope with assignment's MUST conditions

 
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Hi all,

I thought maybe some of you like the idea how I cope with the must conditions in my assignment. You know what I am talking , these ugly little musts that one can easily forget and receive an automatic failure for it. I had 81 of these musts. And I was really afraid that I forget one of them .

What I did you can see below. I looked for all musts in my assignment and created a must feature list out of them.



With this, I had a perfect point of control.

Hope some of you find this useful for their own assignment .

Regards,
Darya
[ July 12, 2005: Message edited by: Darya Akbari ]
 
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Very nice idea, thanks for sharing. If nothing else, it would help relieve your anxiety that you forgot something! And congratulations for passing, too
 
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Thanks Lara for the Congratulations

You are right, anxiety was the driving factor behind the feature list.

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Darya
 
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What I had done, was opening the instructions file in a text editor and replacing "must" with "<B>MUST</B>". Then in the print out all the musts showed up nicely

Not as fancy as your table Darya, but it also worked perfectly for me.

Frans.
 
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Hi Frans,

of course that works either . I must admit that I am a big fan of Feature Driven Development (FDD). So maybe this is, beside anxiety, also a reason I've chosen this approach.

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Darya
 
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Good idea! I'm thinking of changing "must" to:

<span font-weight="bold" font-size="freaking huge">MUST!!!</span>


Just so I don't miss one.
 
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. Anything is allowed, just make sure you don't miss one.

Regards,
Darya
 
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Good idea Darya.

I did the same thing.
 
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Hi Tony,

thanks for the feedback

Good Luck,
Darya
 
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