Whatis the need of writing testcases? why don,t test the
application without the testcases
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Answer / nihil
Test Cases are the Basic Blocks in the Process of
Testing... It is not only helpful in the Testing Phase but
the Entire Phase of Software Life Cycle....
Helps you while raising Issues and hepls to avoid mis-
understandings with the Developers....
It acts as the bridge between the Requirement and the
Provides better understanding of the Application and its
Much helpful for the Novice Tester...
Above Mentioned are Some of the General Ideas...
Technically Lots can be achieved using Test Cases...
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Answer / jarin jain
Apart from above mentioned reasons for writing test cases ,
another important thing is traceability . Writing test cases
not only helps in testing but also making sure that we have
not missed out any requirements. The test cases should cover
all the requirements. It has been seen that writing
effective test cases reduces testing time. Specially when
testing boundary conditions.
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Answer / tripti
Yes I agree with Nihil.Hs Also its important to have test
cases for repeating tests like retesting and regression
testing. If we will have the test cases it will help us to
do these type of testing
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