OH, MY CODE!!! My code works!!! Or… IS IT REALLY WORKING?
Debugging is an essential step in the coding process.
Debugging is the process of finding and fixing errors in your code. Errors can be caused by many factors, such as a typo, an incorrect variable name, or a missing semicolon.
Debugging is not always easy and it can take hours to find the error. But there are some ways to make debugging easier.
One way is to use errors to help you debug your code. Errors are messages that tell you what went wrong with your code and where the problem is located in the program. Errors can be helpful because they point out exactly where the problem is located in your code so you don’t have to spend time looking for it yourself.
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