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Systematic Debugging, Writing Exceptions

Lecture no. 15 from the course: Introduction to C++: Programming Concepts and Applications

Systematic Debugging, Writing Exceptions

Taught by Professor John Keyser | 30 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Professional Development Courses

Dig deeper into debugging, learning to employ a tool called exception handling. An exception is a special note that something has gone wrong in a program. Know how to follow up these crucial clues. Also zero in on the six major steps of debugging: isolate the error, narrow down the failure point, identify the problem, fix the problem, re-test, and look for similar cases.

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