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F452 Computing

8 Debugging Tools

TermDefinition
Translator diagnostics Pick up (especially) syntax errors and inform the programmer who can then correct the errors and run again.
Break points Cause the program to stop at specified lines of code. Current values of variables can then be checked.
Watches Cause the program to halt in execution if a condition is met such as a variable changing.
Stepping Allows program to execute one line at a time showing path of execution and variable changes. Can use with break points or watches.
Use of Breakpoints and Stepping Can be used to check values of variables and see: flow of control to determine logic errors, at what point errors occur, to detect undeclared identifiers, to determine why a run
Created by: Chelsea2760