check routine

check routine

[′chek rü′tēn]
(computer science)
A routine or problem designed primarily to indicate whether a fault exists in a computer, without giving detailed information on the location of the fault. Also known as check problem; test program; test routine.
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He informed that they were asked to destroy major terrorist groups, neutralize militant wings of political parties, check routine crimes and establish people's confidence.
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