Yes, of course, good old search-and-replace. CTRL-H, CTRL-R, etc. Actually, I have used "search and replace in selection" on occasion. But project-wide search-and-replace, for example renaming a function, tends to go wrong. And prompting you before each replace take way too long and you get bored and click "replace" on something that you shouldn't have without realizing it. Until you try to compile or run it.
Did you know, while researching preprocessor macros (there are an average of 0.6 per line, I think), I found a statistic that stated that every new line of code written has between 2 and 5 bugs in it? Scary.Quote:
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