I had a technical interview with a prestigious company and I did quite well during all the questions and the interviewer seemed pleased with me ... but after the interview I noticed that the code I wrote had a bug (not a very big one but still). I spotted the errors a few seconds after leaving the interview.
Would it be a good move for me to also include an "errata" into my thank you message to the interviewer? I would include it as a "post scriptum", or should I write it as a separate message so that my email does not look too long?
Personally I am the kind of person that will be bothered by leaving my solution as is. But I do not want to jeopardize my chances by sending an errata if it is considered a bad thing.
UPDATE: So to conclude my story. In the end I sent the errata and it was received well and I was accepted for the next "phase" of the application process within that company. To give more context, we are talking about a american company with footholds in may countries. It is well known for the quality of its recruiting process too and the quality of its engineers/programmers. I, of course, shall not give you the name of that company.
Thank you all for your answers.