“Debugging” is a the most valuable engineering skills, not taught in any formal setting, and often learned the hard way, by trial, error, experience, and long days and nights. The excerpted chapter is from a book which is an informative and logical introduction to the skill and art of begging electronic circuits and systems.

Read pages 30-35 of Chapter 4.

Reproduced from the book Debugging: The 9 Indispensable Rules for Finding Even the Most Elusive Software and Hardware Problems. Copyright © 2002 AMACOM Books. Reproduced by permission of AMACOM Books. Written permission from AMACOM Books is required for all other uses.