Debugging techniques, MATLAB in Statistics

Debugging Techniques:

Any error in the computer program is called a bug. This word is thought to date back to the 1940s, whenever a problem with an early computer was found to have been caused by a moth in the computer's circuitry! The procedure of finding errors in a program, and correcting them, is still known as the debugging.

 

 

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