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    The debugging is the process of identify and remove errors this will handled by software programmers via debugging tools for example large software programs have millions of code divide into small components each component debugged separately first followed remaining so debugging is important for programs.

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    In software development, debugging involves locating and correcting code errors in a computer program. Debugging is part of the software testing process and is an integral part of the entire software development lifecycle.

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    Debugging is the routine process of locating and removing computer program bugs, errors or abnormalities, which is methodically handled by software programmers via debugging tools. Debugging checks, detects and corrects errors or bugs to allow proper program operation according to set specifications.

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    Debugging is a process of finding errors from the software or a program, It is an important process by which we can find out the errors of the program. That is why statics code review is an Important process in finding errors of the websites programming. So, we will not face any kind of attacks.

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    In software development, debugging involves locating and correcting code errors in a computer program. Debugging is part of the software testing process and is an integral part of the entire software development lifecycle. The debugging process starts as soon as code is written and continues in successive stages as code is combined with other units of programming to form a software product. In a large program that has thousands and thousands of lines of code, the debugging process can be made easier by using strategies such as unit tests, code reviews and pair programming.

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    debugging, in PC programming and designing, is a multistep procedure that includes recognizing an issue, segregating the wellspring of the issue, and after that either adjusting the issue or deciding an approach to work around it. The last advance of debugging is to test the revision or workaround and ensure it works.
    debugging is the part of the software testing.
    In software developement debugging includes finding and rectifying code mistakes in a computer program.

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    Debugging is the process that is to find and remove the bugs from a software program. There are seven steps for debugging. They are as follows

    - Track the problem
    - Reproduce it
    - Automate and simplify
    - Find the possible infection orgins
    - Focus on the most likely origins
    - Isolate the infaction chain
    - Correct the defect

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    Debugging is the routine process of locating and removing computer program bugs, errors or abnormalities, which is methodically handled by software programmers via debugging tools. Debugging checks, detects and corrects errors or bugs to allow proper program operation according to set specifications.
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