Discussion in '$1 Daily Competition' started by shabbir, Nov 11, 2009.
What is the Difference Between Bug and Defect w.r.t software development.
The fault which causes a software to work in an unintended way.
The fault or problem which is caused after the release of the software to end-users.
Bug: Mismatch between expected and actual requirement
Defect: Missing functionality with respect to customer requirements
Bug:Which comes at the time of testing(Pre-Release)
Defect:Which comes in Production or when client doing the system testing(Post-Release)
No difference; they are both logic errors within the software.
Mridula I don't see any difference in meaning of your both the statement.
Good participation in this one ... 4 different people .. 4 different answers.
Let's see, who wins this one ..
I would go with Mridula's answer
Ooops ... I was late by 2 mins.
Anyway ... congrats Kshiteej :cheers:
@ shabbir :
Probably Mridula meant that,
Bug is an unintended behavior of the program (though it meets the customer's specs).
Defect is a missing functionality in the program, so it doesn't meet the customer's specs.
Yes. I meant the same. But Kshitiz has explained well. He deserves the $.
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