What is “condition testing” actually good for, while it won't help you ascertain the correctness of the decision predicate?
I am currently checking through the syllabus for the ISTQB "Technical Test Analyst" certification. The syllabus contains a chapter dedicated to "condition testing" but it strikes me as an exceedingly ...
I have been studying condition coverage for last few days. In a book "The Art of Software Testing" they highlight that it does not assure decision coverage, because for example IF(A && B) ...
I am wondering, What would be the correct condition coverage test cases for the following condition: if(A && E && (B || C || D)) Considering short circuiting, what cases would I ...
Is there a checklist the developer must go over before passing their work to testers ? Also, what are the conditions/cases the developer must pay attention to ?