Chapter 20. Writing Correct Applications

What is a correct application? It is an application that compiles cleanly and runs without errors. Rarely is an application truly correct because some bugs don't appear until late in the life of an application. Other bugs raise their ugly heads as soon as you press Enter after entering a program statement.

This lesson takes you on a tour of Visual Basic's debugging tools. With Visual Basic's integrated debugger as part of the development environment, you can test your applications and locate bugs. Your goal should always be to eliminate as many bugs as possible. Although you cannot always ensure that every bug is gone, you can test your application to eliminate as many bugs as possible.

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