Walk-through Definition

wôkthro͝o
walk-throughs
noun
An early rehearsal of a play in which the actors begin to carry out actions on stage.
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Any rehearsal, practice, or inspection in preparation for an event.
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A step-by-step demonstration.
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(software engineering) The process of inspecting algorithms and source code by following paths through the algorithms or code as determined by input conditions and choices made along the way.

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adjective
Of or having to do with a walk-through.
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Designed to be walked through.
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verb

Used other than as an idiom: walk through.

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(idiomatic) To explain someone something, step by step.

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(idiomatic) To rehearse.

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(idiomatic) To perform something with ease.

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