[Tutor] Why subclassing exceptions?
ramit.prasad at jpmorgan.com
Wed Sep 28 16:15:07 CEST 2011
>If you are using asserts for data validation, then your code is broken.
>The caller can disable every single assert, and hence remove your data
>validation, by simply passing a command line switch when calling your
To be fair, there are plenty of situations where someone has enough control of their execution environment to prevent that from happening. I agree on principle and for readability/maintainability; if I saw that I would be highly confused as to why asserts were everywhere.
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