A bug is an error or flaw in a computer program that can have a range of consequences, from causing the program to not work properly, behave in an unexpected way, or even cease to function altogether. Furthermore, depending on the severity of the bug, it can also result in data loss and system crashes, as well as security vulnerabilities that can be exploited by malicious actors. Ultimately, it is important to identify and fix any bugs in a program in order to ensure that it can run properly and securely.

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