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'In general if there are more than about five or six scenarios, a story can probably be broken down by grouping similar scenarios together.' Dan North (http://dannorth.net/whats-in-a-story/)
Like in all testing, it depends on what you are testing. Complex features, which require lots of steps and preperations for example, will need multiple scenarios to be tested thoroughly, where a simple calculation feature may do with only the happy flow and two erroneous scenarios. If you find yourself writing too many scenarios for one feature, it may be ...
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