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What does DBZ stand for?
DBZ stands for Division By Zero (error type)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 7 other meanings of DBZ in our Acronym Attic
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- Deep Bay Yacht Club
- Discovery Bay Yacht Club
- Dial Before You Dig (Australia)
- Drowned by Your Hate (band)
- Design-Based Yield Improvement (trademark of PDF Solutions, Inc.)
- Don Bosco Youth Services (India)
- Dead Ball Zone (video game)
- Decibels of Z (radar echo intensity/reflectivity)
- Deutsche Briefmarken-Zeitung (German newspaper stamp)
- Donosti Bi Zaldi (Spanish car club)
- Dragon Ball Zero (anime)
- Dragonball Z (anime)
- Dragon Ball Z Budokai (video game)
- Dragon Ball Z/Grand Tour (Anime)
- Dragon Ball Z Online (online game)
- Dart Bond Zaanstreek Purmerend (Dutch dart competition; Holland)
- Dragon Ball Z Sparking (gaming)
- Da Capo (Repeat from the Beginning)
- Daimler Chrysler
Samples in periodicals archive:
In PivotTable Options, add a checkmark next to "For Error Values Show," and leave the textbox blank to hide the division by zero errors.
Students' difficulties with division by zero have been widely documented (Blake & Verhille, 1985; Reys & Grouws, 1975; Tsamir, Sheffer, & Tirosh, 2000).
Simulink Design Verifier uses formal methods to identify design errors like overflow, division by zero, dead logic and assertion violation (marked red in the screenshot) (Photo: Business Wire) Engineers across the aerospace, automotive, medical, and industrial automation and machinery industries can now apply Model-Based Design with formal analysis methods provided by Simulink Design Verifier 2.
While other static analysis software tools on the market simply detect possible errors, due to division by zero for example, Caveat is able to detail the various cases where this error could occur.
My mathematical bogometers were also triggered by a casual reference to 19th century mathematicians as having "ruled out" division by zero (0/0 is a topic for a small book of its own, actually
CodePeer analyzes programs for a wide range of flaws including use of uninitialized data, pointer misuse, buffer overflow, numeric overflow, division by zero, dead code, and concurrency faults (race conditions).
StreamBase also has a useful function for exception catching, so division by zero, for example, won't crash your engine.