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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdebugde‧bug /ˌdiːˈbʌɡ/ verb (debugged, debugging) [transitive]  1 TDto remove the bugs (=mistakes) from a computer programdisinfect2 SCto remove secret listening equipment from a placedebugging noun [uncountable]→ See Verb table
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debugThey can check syntax and access object while debugging.His job was to debug and secure the house before carrying out surveillance and information retrievals of the highest order.Different character sets Application debugging facilities include transaction dumps, system traces, and the famed Animator source code debugger.As a system gets larger the logic becomes more obscure, modification more risky and debugging increasingly problematic.Remember, debugging is the art of taking bugs out-programming is the art of putting them in.Before long, the firm acquired a reputation as a top provider of programming and debugging services.The debuggers allow users to download and debug source code in real-time.