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Software failures can be defined as the inability for a software to perform or deliver its required functions, these failures are also grouped depending on the level of seriousness, ranging from minor to catastrophic. A bug might cause a software to act in an unexpected way, or give an undesired result, but this at times may not necessarily lead to a crash of the software or prevent it from given the required value depending on the bug.

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