debug debug  /di ˈbəɡ/

Definition(s):

  • (v) locate and correct errors in a computer program code

Usage(s):

  1. Besides literature, the teams sometimes bring in clothing, radios, even debugging equipment to foil police surveillance.
  2. Computer professionals and other debugging managers will be on the job--and on the road--during the millennial holiday season.
  3. Just four blocks from the White House, an electronics store named the Spy Shop is doing a thriving business selling both eavesdropping and debugging equipment.

News

  1. LDRA Integration With Lauterbach TRACE32 Simplifies Code Analysis, Test And Certification

    LDRA, the leader in standards compliance, automated software verification, source code analysis and test tools, has integrated the LDRA tool suite with the Lauterbach TRACE32 Debugger and Simulator
    on June 14, 2013     Source: EmbeddedTechnology.com

  2. Asserting failure

    Debugging is hard. We need to seed our code with constructs that find bugs automatically.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Embedded Systems Design

Quotes

  1. "The Wii is helping debug this question about how you move in virtual ways," says Jaron Lanier, a scholar at the Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology at the University of California at Berkeley who is credited with coining the term "virtual...
    on Mar 28, 2007 By: Jaron Lanier Source: BusinessWeek

  2. "We had to do many, many experiments to develop, debug, and calibrate the molecular computing system, and without computer robotic support to this process, we would not have finished this in our lifetime," Professor Shapiro said.
    on Aug 5, 2009 By: Ehud Shapiro Source: BBC News

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