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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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Unit Testing - Test Case Preparation Guidelines

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A Unit testing is a Level of Testing where smallest part of individual unit / component (called unit) is tested to determine if they are fit for use.

The unit test cases writing and execution is done by the developer (not the tester) to make sure that individual units are working as expected. The smallest part of individual components like functions, procedures, classes, interfaces etc. If we take a example of functions, when we

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