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Answer / rammy.uf
Hardcoding should be avoided , Thats true.
But when faced with unavoidable situation, The Manager or
Biostatician gives you
proper permission to do Hardcoding.
After Harcoding YOU SHOULD GIVE VALID SIGNATURE OF CONCERN
PERSON OF CONTACT IN THE COMMENT, IF POSSIBLE YOU HAVE TO
COORDINATE WITH THE MANAGER or Lead TO UPDATE THIS INFO IN
THE modification History
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Answer / sireesha
Its better to avoid hardcoding as
--it overrides the database controls in clinical data
----data often change in a trial over time, and the
hardcode that is written today may not be valid in the
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Answer / nani
i think we can hard code when we are in need of producing
the report in urgent requirement and if we are not going to
use the code again.
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Answer / murray
To a certain extent I agree with #2. Sometimes time can be
wasted developing the most efficient and reusable code if
the task at hand can be completed with simple hardcoding,
and is unlikely to be needed in future.
It is, however always best to avoid hardcoding.
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