Many contemporary languages allow two kinds of comments, one in which delimiters are used on both ends(for multiple-line comments), and one in which delimiter marks only the beginning of the comment ( for one-line comments), Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 9:47 pm ad1c9bdddf
Comments are intended for human readers and are ignored by the compiler. They do NOT make the executable code longer, nor do they cause the program to slow down.
Programs typically contain a mixture of both comment forms. Comment pairs generally are used for multi-line explanations, whereas double slash comments tend to be used for half-line and single-line remarks.
*Both-End Comment Disadvantage: Comment Pairs Do Not Nest
A comment that begins with /* always ends ...
There are two kinds of comments allowed in programming languages - one in which delimiters are used on both ends(for multiple-line comments), and one in which delimiter marks only the beginning of the comment ( for one-line comments). The advantages and disadvantages of each of them are discussed.
Testing Project Outline and Systems Review
Prepare a Testing Project Outline and Systems Review. Your submission should include the following (all in one document):
A business letter addressed to the board of the Jonesville Library introducing the contents of the document
A project outline and systems review summary that includes the following:
A description of the Jonesville Library business
A description of the new system approved for development
A summary of the major systems and phases components you will be testing
The estimated costs and timeframe for the new system to be tested