walkthrough

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walkthrough

[′wȯk‚thrü]
(computer science)
A step-by-step review of a computer program or system during its design to search for errors and problems.

walkthrough

A step-by-step review of a specification, usability features or design before it is handed off to the technical team for development. See use case analysis and pair programming.
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Notes: Pre-Proposal WalkThru: Thursday, May 12, 2016, 2:00 PM.
An example of how this would work is like this: Instead of an agent guiding the user step-by-step--whether over the phone, via email or over social media, they can now simply send the link to the respective 'WalkThru' (guidance sequence for a specific online action).
The Exhibit Walkthru allowed users to move the pointer along a map of the haH, and as the pointer passed over each booth they could see what vendor occupied it.
Notes: Mandatory walkthru on May 2, 2016 at 10:00 AM Sharp.
disagreement pursuant to Section 18Pre-Bid walkthru meeting is August 20, 2014 at 10:30 am.