Software failure can be attributed to:
1. Changing requirements and Increasing demands: Software systems can get larger and even more complex, and this often leads to changes in the software engineering approach to the solution. If existing software engineering approaches cannot cope, new methods need to be developed to meet the new requirements. This situation can slow down or even cause a software project to fail.
2. Low expectations: Software engineers sometimes skip steps when it comes to following the software development life cycle. When a software does not follow the software engineering techniques for development, the software can become really expensive and unreliable. This can easily cause a software project to fail eventually.
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