Debugging

Debugging,

Definition of Debugging:

  1. Detection and remedying of existing and potential errors in a product or system before its final acceptance or sale.

  2. The process of identifying and removing errors from computer hardware or software.

  3. Detection and rectification of deficiencies in a software code that can cause it to crash, behave erratically, or be susceptible to cracker or hacker attack. In some cases it takes more time to debug a program than to write it. See also bug.

How to use Debugging in a sentence?

  1. Software debugging.

Meaning of Debugging & Debugging Definition