Before you perform code verification, choose a debugging strategy for detecting and correcting noncompliant code in your MATLAB® applications, especially if they consist of many MATLAB files that call each other's functions. The following table describes two general strategies, each of which has advantages and disadvantages.
|Debugging Strategy||What to Do||Pros||Cons|
Requires application tests that work from the bottom up
You retain your top-level tests
Introduces extraneous code that you must remove after code verification, including: