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Accumulated mass of tests - how to work with business to remove / refine?

Test object: a big monolith application (~500k loc) developed in Java for the last 15 years. Big and (probably overly) complicated backend + web frontend. There are many business processes implemented ...
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How to print out a list of students (from this dictionary) with a score above 40? [closed]

How can I print out a list of students (from this dictionary) with a score above 40, please: I would like to use an "If", else statement. But, I need help with how to get the computer to pick the 2nd ...
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How can 100% test coverage be “not enough to prove working code”?

It is known that 100% test/code coverage does not mean your code "works" as expected. What is generally meant by this statement and what use cases could demonstrate that 100% coverage is not enough?
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How would we know when we are over-testing?

I've recently heard the idea of over-testing for the first time while listening to the interview of the coverage.py maintainer on the Talk Python to Me podcast show. coverage.py has a new feature to ...
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How to calculate Test Coverage in Manual Black Box Testing

How should I calculate the test coverage for the manual testing I have done for my Software Project? Does it need some documentations like Test scenarios, test cases to calculate Test Coverage?
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Looking for a graphic tool to visually present testing coverage

I have been reviewing existing test cases. There is no easy way to visualise current testing coverage; the only way testing coverage can be assessed is reading through the test case repository, e.g. ...