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Definition of a Software “Bug”

By |2021-08-19T07:39:10-05:00August 11th, 2021|Comments Off on Definition of a Software “Bug”
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Introduction

A software defect (bug) is an error or flaw or condition where the program is not doing what it was designed to do. A bug does not include a difference of opinion or the absence of a feature or capability.

Examples

  • A bug might be an error screen. In Total Office Manager this is usually a form with a predominantly yellow background.
  • A bug may also be a mathematical error on a report or a form.
  • A typographical error or formatting issue can be considered a bug.

A Bug is Not

A bug does not include a difference of opinion on how the software should work beyond Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) compliancy. A bug is not the absence of a feature or capability.

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