debugger

(redirected from Symbolic debugger)
Also found in: Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.

de·bug

 (dē-bŭg′)
tr.v. de·bugged, de·bug·ging, de·bugs
1. To remove a hidden electronic device, such as a microphone, from: debug a conference room.
2. To make (a hidden microphone, for example) ineffective.
3. To search for and eliminate malfunctioning elements or errors in: debug a spacecraft before launch; debug a computer program.
4. To remove insects or other small pests from, as with a pesticide.

de·bug′ger n.

debugger

(diːˈbʌɡə)
n
a program that is used to find and correct bugs in other programsa person who finds and corrects bugs in computer programs
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.debugger - a program that helps in locating and correcting programming errors
computer program, computer programme, programme, program - (computer science) a sequence of instructions that a computer can interpret and execute; "the program required several hundred lines of code"
Translations
debugger
hibakereső

debugger

[ˌdiːˈbʌgəʳ] N (Comput) → programa m de depuración

debugger

n (Comput) → Debugger m
References in periodicals archive ?
Intended for Java developers, this guide shows how to use the IDEA Java development environment to build complex Java applications, analyze them with the symbolic debugger, and test them with JUnit.
SCORE's multi-language, multi-window, symbolic debugger recognizes C/EC++, Ada and Fortran syntax and expressions, and can view objects, expressions, call chains, execution traces, interspersed machine code, machine registers and program stacks.
The PLDE includes high-performance C/C++ and Ada95 compilers together with Concurrent's powerful set of GUI real-time development tools - the NightView symbolic debugger, NightTrace real-time event analyzer, NightSim frequency-based scheduler for frame-based simulation.
He is also the author of the free symbolic debugger GDB, and founded the project to develop the free GNU operating system.
Before that, Stallman developed a number of widely used software components of the GNU system including the original Emacs, the GNU Compiler Collection, the GNU symbolic debugger (gdb), GNU Emacs and various other programs for the GNU operating system.
Development support for the HeartOS includes DDC-I's Eclipse-based, mixed-language OpenArbor IDE, which features C and C++ optimizing compilers, a color-coded source editor, project management support, automated build utilities, and a mixed-language, multi-window, symbolic debugger.

Full browser ?