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אם נתקלת בבאג במקרה... - חפש באגים דומים

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שבת, 21 דצמבר 2013 19:57
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אם נתקלת בבאג במקרה... או שחזרה תקלה מלקוח - חפש באגים דומים,

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בתרגום חופשי מהמסמך הבא של Cem Kaner.


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