When coding, everyone, eventually, has bugs in their code. Bugs can be caused by anything from forgetting a close-paren to accidentally typing on a Dvorak keyboard to compiling your .py file with the wrong flags, or even defining a function with sheep's blood instead of goat's. Many people have run into these problems, and, as with any task that a large group of people undertake, there are many approaches used. Some people scream at their code until it fixes itself, and others sacrifice a keyboard key to the Python gods. Still, others actually try to read and write code. Many have been tortured or even executed as a result of committing this heresy. We, we chosen few, have decided to follow this dangerous path and interact with the dark, Pythonic magic. So, now, I call to you and ask this heretical question: How do you go about trying to fix bugs?
Alright. I'll start. I like to read my code and follow the data from input to output to make sure that all the right dark rituals are being used on it.
Now, you go.
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