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Question by pakou
Submitted on 5/2/2004
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What is a debug?

Answer by you only wish
Submitted on 6/27/2004
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I am not sure but I think it is an error in you hard drive code. Kind of like DNA if the strands do not reproduce correctly then you can tell later in physical or mental appearance. When you talk about debugging it is when there is an error in your code and your computer would like to correct it so you get a pop up that say says "Run time error do you wish to debug" you click yes and it will rewrite that part of your hard drive code so that your computer will run more efficiently.


Answer by tranquanghuy_n0503m
Submitted on 8/6/2005
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Josy debug


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