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what is difference between error and fault
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# 1
Error : A discrepancy between a computed, observed, or
measured value or condition and the true, specified, or
theoretically correct value or condition. See: anomaly, bug,
defect, exception, and fault

Failure: The inability of a system or component to perform
its required functions within specified performance
requirements. See: bug, crash, exception, fault.

Bug: A fault in a program which causes the program to
perform in an unintended or unanticipated manner. See:
anomaly, defect, error, exception, fault.

Fault: An incorrect step, process, or data definition in a
computer program which causes the program to perform in an
unintended or unanticipated manner. See: bug, defect, error,

Defect: Mismatch between the requirements.
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# 2
A failure of a system occurs when its behavior differs from
the one that has been specified. The part of the system
state leading to the failure is called the error. An error
is always caused by a fault. The fault is the original cause
of an error. A single event upset and an uninitialized
pointer variable in a C language program are examples of
hardware and software faults, respectively.
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Dillip Palai
# 3
Error: error means while u working on any project in that
project white box tester(programmer)can execute the program
on that time it should not be working fine means on that it
will shows the error what mistake programeer can done in
internally it is a error.

Fault:fault means internally programmer can do some
mistakes is knowing the fault.
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