Computer-aided Software Engineering (CASE)

Computer-aided Software Environment (CASE)

Computer-aided Software Environment (or CASE) is a set of programming tools which use a common interface, and is used to design, develop and debug software.

A CASE environment therefore comprises of tools that provide a visual model of an application, tools that create code through visual interfaces and finally a debugger for testing the final code.

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