Better to use this strategy straight out of a Microsoft Press book on writing bug-free code:
Ha, that's kind of funny. I just found this Microsoft Press book on our bookshelf at work and decided to read it. It is Writing Solid Code; "Microsoft's Techniques for Developing Bug-Free C Programs". Not sure it is the same book, but sounds like it. I just
browsed the Microsoft Press books availble to us online and couldn't easily find a new version. If you know the title of the book you're talking about, I'd like to know if it is newer. This book was written early 90's and talks about 386 and such. Amazing
book. Most of the functions and things it details like that are not useful to me, but the ideas are great.