It's better first to get an idea of the different terms used in the process of debugging. These are commonly used terms and are common to all debugging platforms:
- Bug: A bug is a defect or a problem that is stopping the program or the application from performing its expected functions.
- Debug: You might have guessed it by now, but a debug, as the name suggests, involves removing bugs from the system or program. It usually denotes finding the problem by digging into the program and resolving it after it is identified by correcting the erroneous code.
- Breakpoint: As the name suggests, a breakpoint is a point where you want to break the running application, and by break, we mean pause. So, it is a point in your application program's ...