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How do you measure the amenability of a design to change?  What salient
quantifiable characteristic of a design is this?

At 12:23 AM 11/20/97 -0500, (No Name Available) wrote:
>I view Maintainability as covering more than the sum of the other
>qualities listed.  Consider how amenable the design is to changes
>in requirements which might reasonably be expected for the problem
>domain.
>
>Larry Kilgallen
>
Keith Shillington - [log in to unmask]
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