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Sounds like your professor wants code coverage metrics. Your question doesn't include what language you're working with, but Code Climate works with Ruby, JS, or PHP (and it's free for open source projects). These code coverage tools usually measure complexity, smells, regressions, and overall test coverage. They seem like good metrics for your project. ...


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As a tester part of your job is to provide information and to advise others (BAs, Developers, Managers etc.) about the state of the system and any potential risks. With this in mind, what I'd do in your situation is to research examples of this problem and the potential effects. To appear more credible you could outline best case scenarios (e.g. distribution ...


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It really depends on your project. I'll try to give you some hints, but it can't be comprehensive. Localization First thing to take into account is the localization. If your fields can be used by a customer from any country, you must consider allowing non alphanumeric characters, and therefore test it. This can lead to some issues, depending on the type of ...



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