I gave you several attributes for requirements on you Software Dioxide post, but can you give what you think might be a list of attributes for a defect? Surely you have an idea what a defect is, right?
Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm.
~ Winston Churchill ~
If this is for an exam or interview - do you not feel that you will learn little by having someone provide the answers for you.
Research and come up with your own list, then you will gain knowledge that sticks. That is far more important and useful than "getting it right".
Originally posted by HemantDagar: but you have no right to write in such a language.Arrogance is not good for your health.
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">If my reply came across as arrogance, I apologise - tones do not come across in forums.
My intent was, as is my health, good.
I will repeat though, which is more important to you, passing the exam or gaining the knowledge?
In the past, when domestic problems got in the way of exam courses, I discussed the problems with my tutors and arrangements were made for me to sit a later exam. That way, my exam was not jeopardised and I still had time to gain the knowledge.