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Should We Put Too Much Detail Into Test Cases?

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Writing test cases is an essential part of the software testing activities that take place before the actual test execution begins. Hence, test cases must be written with keeping clear understanding of the requirements in one’s mind. How smooth does a test execution phase goes depends mainly on how well the test cases were written and also depends on how well the requirements were understood.

While putting unnecessary or unwanted details should be avoided

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How Not To Write Test Cases (Tips For Both New And Experienced Testers)

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This is a post by Sakshi Dewan, STC team member. More on her later, let’s see how not to write test cases first!

You must be thinking why a ‘not to’ article when there are plethora of articles/papers explaining how to write test cases. Probably, your thinking is right. But, after reviewing thousands of test cases written by new and experienced testers alike I felt that there is a need to educate testers on

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