Bug Validator is a two part program. The part that the user interacts with is the user interface. The other part of Bug Validator is known as the stub. The stub's function is to install and control the data hooks inserted into the target program. The user never interacts directly with the stub, so the stub will not be described in detail. The user influences how the stub behaves via the user interface. This section describes the various functions of the user interface so that you can get the most from using Bug Validator.
Typical usage of Bug Validator is:
•Start the target program
•Collect the coverage data of the program.
•Close the program