The dreaded "when others then null" strikes again...
People think sometimes that I must be able to read the mind of "software" because they'll say "I'm observing X" and I'll respond with "you probably did Y" - and many times that guess is right.
I cannot read the mind of software - I can however recognize patterns, especially when I see the same bad pattern over and over and over and over again.
Another "when others then null" guess. I hate "when others". Wish it did not exist for all of the problems it causes.
Things I don't like
- generic implementations that are not necessary
- when others (not followed by raise!!)
- not using bind variables