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This former is the case where the code quality is not an issue. What matters most is that the code is created with as little effort (money) as possible. The latter is the case where a programmer would like to know what additional possible errors might arise from a class. The method we focused on in this chapter is unique in that its’ output is completely controlled by a context-free grammar. Therefore this method is very flexible and without any problems or modifications it can be used to generate programs in mainstream programing languages.
Then each solution can be evaluated and a genetic algorithm population cycle can start and determine best solutions and create new chromosomes. Other non-terminals used in this grammar can be
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