Chronicle of a ConcurrentModificationException Foretold

In a somewhat feverish mid-conference dream last night, I invented a new Java complexity metric. It is quite simple: the number of calls to methods which either return void or take no arguments or both, including calls to no-argument constructors.

As a quick example, you can see that any usages of the bean "pattern" will cause this count to shoot upwards rather quickly.

The metric is called the code's "omen".

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