@Dave S Hey.. You talking to ME? :)
I wasnt speaking to anyone in particular (well outside of myself!). But how many of us programmers like writing test code and write test code for everything? that would be a very small number, approaching zero. I try to write 10 (arbitary number I pulled out of my backside) UnitTests for every method I write. dont get me wrong, i dont. I try. then when I (or someone else) finds a bug/issue/edge-case that the code doesnt work, I write a UnitTest (or several) around that, and add them to the UnitTests.
and I know your comment was in good spirits/jokingly but for some that read our banter might not have seen it that way.
back to coding! maybe today I can actually write some Xojo code.