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Could someone explain what is a Bug in Software Testing?

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A Bug is an error within the software, which malfunctions while running. And because of this Bug, error flashes, causes a fault in functioning, or does not behave the way it's intended or designed and thus producing unexpected or incorrect output or result. A Software that contains many Bugs, or produces too many errors could be termed as Buggy or defective.

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