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Answer / priya
As a tester point of view, a good requirement is defined as
a requirement which can be tested easily by creating test
cases or by writting test scripts
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Answer / sam
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Answer / nisant
Good requirement : As per the testers point of view , the
requirement should not be complex .its should be clearly
understood and it should be one to one or one to many
testing approaches required to cover the requirement ,not
many to many . It should be clearly ensure that it should
not escalate any defect in future for the application. It
should be so clear that all flexibility of the requirement
can be easily find out and theses things can be take care
during the preparation and execution of the test cases of
the application .
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Answer / sunil reddy
a good requirement is easily understandable and testble
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Answer / mubeen akhtar
Is the requirement correct?
Is the requirement complete?
Is the requirement clear?
Is the requirement consistent?
Is the requirement verifiable?
Is the requirement traceable?
Is the requirement feasible?
Is the requirement design independent?
Is the requirement atomic?
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Answer / shivanibehere
Good Requirements are those which are clear not only to the
Programmer but also to the Tester.May be it is in a written
form or in the Graphical form, because good requirements
always make program Bug Free.
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Answer / bot
Necessary: meaning there is a need for it. There should be
no requirements just because it is nice to have one because
it will add up to the cost if the product. If the product
can meet real needs without it, then it isn’t necessary.
Cost Efficient: a cheaper cost with good quality is better.
Unambiguous: if the requirement can be interpreted in more
than one way, then it should be clarified. Ambiguous
requirements can lead to misunderstandings and unnecessary
Concise: meaning it should be simple and clear.
-there are no program that is bug free.
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