debugging routine

debugging routine

[dē′bəg·iŋ rü‚tēn]
(computer science)
A routine to aid programmers in the debugging of their routiness; some typical routines are storage printout, tape printout, and drum printout routines.
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RoboServer's "Line Buster," so called because it will allow quick-service restaurant customers to skip lines and place their own orders by selecting a few buttons on a touchscreen kiosk, was installed in Angelo's Burgers as a pilot test and underwent a thorough debugging routine.