With software, to detect, locate, and correct logical or syntactical errors in a computer program. With hardware, to detect, locate, and correct a malfunction or to fix an inoperable system. The term troubleshoot is more commonly used in hardware contexts â€“ especially if the problem is suspected to be a major one.
The act of eradicating all programming errors within a piece of software before it is ready for use. The term has its origin in the early days of computing, when computers were the size of moving vans and lapses in functionality could often be traced to actual insects getting stuck inside of their internal workings. I'm not kidding.
The process of removing from a newly designed or manufactured system the components or design issues that have caused the system to not perform as desired. (Removing mistakes from the software or hardware of a computer system.)
vb. To detect, locate, and correct logical or syntactical errors in a program or malfunctions in hardware. In hardware contexts, the term troubleshoot is the term more often used, especially when the problem is a major one.
To find the fault in a computer program. Only necessary when new programs are generated, not when programming musically. A debugger is a program within a program that automatically searches for illegal program entries and reveals them to the user.
programming: The process of fixing errors in programming, removing the bugs. Developers spend a large amount of time and resources testing their products (some more than others!). Special programs called debuggers are employed to track down gross errors, and people called beta-testers put the software through its paces.
DEBUG is a DOS / MS-DOS / Windows command. A computer programming tool for interactively examining memory contents (in binary, hex, or assembler), making changes, and selective execution. COM EXE and other files can be loaded into memory or saved from memory.