Testing is the process using which we find errors and bugs. Debugging is the process using which we correct the bugs that we found during the testing process. Read ahead to know more differences between testing and debugging.
Information in a memory that is no longer valid or wanted is known as
In computing, ".bak" is a filename extension commonly used to signify a backup copy of a file.
When a program is about to overwrite an existing file (for example, when the user saves the document they are working on), the program may first make a copy of the existing file, with .bak appended to the filename. This common .bak naming scheme makes it possible to retrieve the original contents of the file. In a similar manner, a user may also manually make a copy of the file before the change and append .bak to the filename.
Relocation bits used by relocating loader are specified (generated) by
A false statement is a statement that is not true. Although the word fallacy is sometimes used as a synonym for false statement, that is not how the word is used in philosophy, mathematics, logic and most formal contexts. A false statement need not be a lie.
Non-modifiable procedures are called reentrant procedures. A reentrant procedure is one in which a single copy of the program code can be shared by multiple users during the same period of time. Re-entrance have two key aspects: The program code cannot modify itself and the local data for each user must be stored separately.
Resource utilization. Whenever a system resource, such as a CPU or a particular disk, is occupied by a transaction or query, the resource is unavailable for processing other requests. Pending requests must wait for the resources to become available before they can complete. CPU utilization.
Multitasking has the same meaning of multiprogramming but in a more general sense, as it refers to having multiple (programs, processes, tasks, threads) running at the same time. This term is used in modern operating systems when multiple tasks share a common processing resource (e.g., CPU and Memory).