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Need to test on multiple platforms?

 
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Hi all-
Do I have to test my solution under multiple platforms e.g NT + Solaris? I don't have easy access to a UNIX system so this could pose a problem.
thanks,
Max
 
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It is highly recommended that you test on both Unix and NT environments. You wouldn't want a little bug to trip you up after all the time and money you have invested.
 
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Worst case, just document that you were only able to test on Windows.
 
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