Go on, tell us why?

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It wont come a surprise to anyone who has read this blog for a while that I disagree with much of what Simon Sebright has written about asserts in the latest issue of the ACCU's Overload magazine...

I've stated my case far too many times to go through it all again, but, it would be nice if he'd explained why he doesn't like using references when a pointer argument cannot ever be null, especially as he then takes a stance that says, in his view, a pointer argument SHOULD NEVER be null...

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