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Extreme Programming Adventures in C# by Ron Jeffries

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Chapter 20. Finishing the Shift+Enter Story

The Programmer Unit Tests for the Shift+Enter are working. Chet and I implement the Customer Acceptance Test and install the hooks in the GUI—and in our testing framework—to make it work.

Wrapping Up the Job

We told the customers (ourselves) about our fears with the Shift+Enter: that it will make the neat auto-insertion of paragraph tags insert them in strange places. The customers weren’t as concerned as the programmers. They said, "Let us try it. If we don’t like it, we’ll think of something, or you will." Somewhat relieved, we decided to go ahead and finish the feature so that it could be tried out.

Two things were left to be done. We had to hook up the XMLNotepad Form to process the Shift+Enter properly ...

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