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Test Stubs
... In computer science, test stubs are programs which simulate the behaviors of software components (or modules) that are depended upon modules of the module being tested ... “ Test stubs provide canned answers to calls made during the test, usually not responding at all to anything outside what's programmed in for the test ... ” Test Stubs are mainly used in incremental testing's Top-Down approach ...
List Of Unused Highways In New Jersey - New Jersey - Elizabeth
... Route 1, where there is currently a wide median and grading (but no ramp stubs), to Interstate 78 at its interchange with Route 124, where until recently there were ramp stubs ... (The New Jersey Turnpike), there are ramp stubs where Route 81 was originally planned to continue north ... new interchange, 13A, was constructed further north, leaving several ramp stubs and wide bridges and shoulders ...
List Of Unused Highways In Massachusetts - Inside 128 - Boston
... northern terminus interchange, four ramp stubs existed two can still be seen today while the other two were converted into the Leverett Circle Connector ... The interchange has been completed and stubs removed since the Big Dig was completed ... Stubs were created when U.S ...
List Of Unused Highways In Texas - Texas - Roanoke
... The mainline of the freeway section of State Highway 114 ends in two stubs and traffic is diverted onto the frontage roads at its interchange with State Highway 170 ... Stubs on the mainline west of the interchange, along with the spacing and eastern stubs suggest a more complex interchange in the future and for both freeways run in the ...
Wiki Project Astronomy - Stub Categories
... Astronomy stubs ► Astronomer stubs ► Rocketry stubs ► Asteroid stubs ► Astrogeology stubs ► Astronomical catalogue stubs ► Comet stubs ...

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    The first thing to be done by a biographer in estimating character is to examine the stubs of his victim’s cheque-books.
    Silas Weir Mitchell (1829–1914)