Do the selected phrases mean the same and are they completely interchangeable?

There is something wrong in you code.

There must be something wrong with your code.


In normal everyday usage, these two phrases are not interchangeable. "There is something wrong in your code" is a statement of fact. "There must be something wrong with your code" is an accusation which may or may not be correct. The latter does not even require that there is a problem in the first place.

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