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explain LCSAJ??

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explain LCSAJ??..

Answer / veena

LCSAJ stand for Linear Code Sequence and Jump

A test case design technique for a component in which test
cases are designed to execute LCSAJs.

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explain LCSAJ??..

Answer / ali fakoor

This is piece of sequential code. It can have x entry points
and one exit point.

Entry points are the places where the jumps occur destined
to them from other parts of the code to our piece of code
under examination.

Exit point is where a jump occurs at the end of sequential

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