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Most dangerous piece of code ever written

Every one has its own think but the most considered is the Heartbleed bug, Many experts consider that most easily and most dangerous piece of code is the “Null reference”. For non-coder, null allows values are nothing instead of 0;

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Yes a value of Null can go uncharted when any software is being written. that is the time when most of the tests are being run to assure that code is free from bugs. When the NULL breaks things, it’ll commonly happen when mostly the code is running and actually this is the time when failure can cause anarchy. Just think yourself of how many machines depends on computers. People were overreact about the Y2K bug, but that was just only a ever going to mayhem up computers that payed attention to about which year it was. Actually exceptions around Null concern all the computers, as this has increased rapidly to every attractive programming language.

A 2002 study estimated that software bugs cost just the USA $59.5 billion annually:NIST Assesses Technical Ne eds of Industry to Improve Software-Testing

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