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The answer is no. Equivalence partitioning is used for input or output values of a software component, so that you can derive test cases using representative values of the partitions. Example: If you want to test a function which determines the winner of a game after it has ended, and there are two input parameters pointsPlayer1 and pointsPlayer2, the ...


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When writing scenarios using header+steps conventions I usually put preconditions, actors, involved system components in the header section + a brief summary and in the case of more complex scenarios, a "dictionary" of entities used in that particular scenario. In writing regular steps I try to follow a simple pattern for every step: Action: One sentence ...



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