The second myth is: "Expert developers do not make silly mistakes that are mostly caught by static code analyzers".
This is how this statement looks in discussions on forums (this is a collective image):
I was convinced one more time that programmers write programs absolutely carelessly, so that their programs work not because of their skill but due to chance and care of Microsoft or Intel compiler developers. Right it is they who really care and put crutches under our lop-sided programs when necessary.
Further is a byte-rending story of the CString class and daughter of its, the Format function, for you to read.