If you have an application to test and there are no
requirement specs, no test cases , no documents, you
dont know even the functionality then how would you perform

Answer Posted / ratna rao

simply says Ad hoc testing. Without knowing the
functionality, without following any sequence,---doing the
testing called Ad hoc tesing.

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