Debugging code / by Sam Thompson.
"Bugs are mistakes in code. A bug can make a program work incorrectly or even crash a computer. So, debugging code is one of the most important tasks that programmers have to tackle! This accessible, at-level book teaches readers about debugging and how it's crucial to their everyday digital activities--such as playing their favorite computer games. Readers will especially enjoy the photographs of young programmers like themselves at work as well as learning about two famous programmers--Grace Hopper and Alan Turing--and how what they accomplished through their knowledge of coding"--Provided by the publisher.
- ISBN: 9781538274415 :
- Physical Description: 24 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 26 cm
- Publisher: New York, NY : Gareth Stevens Publishing, 2022.
"This edition is published by arrangement with Booklife Publishing."
|Formatted Contents Note:||
What is coding? -- Why code? -- Following steps -- What are bugs? -- What is debugging? -- Playtesting -- Common bugs -- Comments -- What can coding do? -- Famous programmers.
Junior Library Guild
|Target Audience Note:||
Ages 5-7 Junior Library Guild.
Grades K-2 Junior Library Guild.
A Junior Library Guild selection
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