What is Debugging Tools?
A debugger which is commonly known as the debugging tool is basically a computer program which is mostly used to test and to debug other programs. The code to be examined may also be running on instruction set simulator (ISS), which is simply a method which allows great power in its ability to terminate while some specific or predefined conditions has been met, but that will somewhat slower than executing code or program directly on an appropriate processor. Some debuggers even provides with two modes of operation, full or partial simulation.
- It helps in making you aware of the resources so bugs could be identified at the early stages like development and not at compilation time.
- It collects the real-time execution to trace the data.
- buggers provides the ability to alter the program even when it is in running state.
- debuggers make it easy to step the execution of a program backwards in time
- It allows you to organize your resources efficiently, prevent mistakes, and offer shortcuts.