Re: behavioral specifications
> A bunch of Use Cases equate to a disjointed functional spec.
well, that's instructive.
> >On Wed 9/27/2006 at 01:19:03 CDT Benzi wrote:
> >Does anyone know what behavioral specs are, and where to find
> >writing guidelines and an example or two? Apparently they're
> >something similar to use cases.
What number is a "bunch"? 2? 20? 200? 17?
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