A memory dump, often partial, requested by a program to display its current status for debugging. Program execution often continues normally following a snap dump, as opposed to a crash dump.
[Short for “snapshot”?]
noun 1. a two-pieced fastening device with a projection that fits into a hole, used especially to hold clothing, pillows, etc., together. snap fastener noun 1. another name for press stud
noun 1. an early flintlock mechanism for igniting a charge of gunpowder in a gun.
adjective 1. designed to be attached or held by snapping into position by snaps.
- Snap it up