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Research has revealed a significant gap between the thinking patterns and software design habits of students or recent computer science university graduates, and those of expert software developers. There may be several causes for this gap, one of which is undoubtedly the fact that throughout their studies students are mostly asked to write software programs of relatively limited scope, and are not usually required to work as part of a team constructing a complex program. In the present paperdoi:10.1076/0899-3408(200004)10:1;1-p;ft025 fatcat:lrd522aqavg45jnih5qwtgbrlu