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    1. Explain the difference between testing and debugging.
    2. Which activity is more time consuming?
    3. Why do companies often release software that is not bug-free?

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    1. Testing is the process of checking the correctness of a complete function, module or software. Debugging is the process of finding bugs or errors in a code fragment, function or software part. Seldom is debugging done in a complete software.

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    Solution Summary

    Testing and Debugging and why companies release buggy softwares are examined.