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A piece of software may contain bugs ­ defects that prevent programs from performing their required tasks. In other words, there will be a difference between what they are supposed to do and what they actually do. Bugs, and particularly the process of removing them, can consume a significant amount of time in the software development process. A piece of software may contain bugs ­ defects that prevent programs from performing their required tasks. In other words, there will be a difference between what they are supposed to do and what they actually do. Bugs, and particularly the process of removing them, can consume a significant amount of time in the software development process.
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TROUBLESHOOTING YOUR CODE

Debugging Putting defects into your code is something that is easy to do. Swayam Prakasha looks at the slightly more difficult task of getting them out again...

A piece of software may contain bugs ­ defects that prevent programs from performing their required tasks. In other words, there will be a difference between what they are supposed to do and what they actually do. Bugs, and particularly the process of removing them, can consume a significant amount of time in the software development process.