In computer programming, schroedinbug is a classification of an unusual software bug. This type of bug is one that goes unnoticed until a programmer or other person reads the software code and discovers that the program never should have been able to work in the first place. In discovering the schroedinbug, the bug manifests and the program will no longer function until the bug has been fixed. The name schroedinbug is from Schroedinger's Cat thought-experiment in quantum physics, where in 1935 Erwin Schrodinger proposed a famous thought experiment in which a cat was somehow both alive and dead at the same time.
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