Troubleshooting vs Debugging: What’s the Difference & Best Practices - Deepstash

As already mentioned, debugging is considered a subset of troubleshooting. However, troubleshooting does not always entail solving the problem at that moment in time. There may be procedural constraints or workflow protocols that prevent the issue from being solved immediately. Debugging, on the other hand, is meant to discover and fix a problem all in the same session, whenever possible.

People use the two terms interchangeably, which can add to the confusion

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