Unit Testing Plan

Unit Testing Plan - Unit Testing Plan Objective The purpose...

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Unit Testing Plan Objective The purpose of the unit testing is to ensure that every section of code that has been written does the function that it is designed to do. Also, there must be a guarantee that all paths in the code have been tested at least once. This will be done using white-box testing and implementing branch testing coverage. Procedure At first, we need to have a brief description of the module that is going to be tested. Then what kind of inputs can the module receive as well as what kind of outputs the module is going to produce. If there’s a need to make a flow diagram to clarify how the module works, it can be done. After that, we need to provide a list of data with which the module is going to be tested with and the following will be a report showing the positive and negative results (according to expected behavior of the module) of the testing with the data described before. Later on, we should indicate the interaction the module that is being tested has
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