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Code coverage involves determining which parts of the software have been executed by the tests and which parts have not been executed, usually by using a tool. The most common types of code coverage measurements are statement coverage, decision coverage, and modified condition/decision coverage.
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Recorded November 12, 2015
Recorded August 9, 2011
Recorded March 11, 2010
Length: 1h 30m 53s
More and more testers and programmers are using tools that provide code coverage metrics. These metrics tell the tester or programmer how much of the code has been covered by a given set of tests, and, more importantly, what important conditions might not be covered. Data flow coverage and complexity analysis after also possible capabilities. In this practical Webinar, Rex will explain the following code coverage metrics and how you can use them to write better code or tests. To make the material easier to understand and practical, Rex will illustrate each metric using a real program, with tests developed and run to achieve given levels of coverage.
Length: 1h 34m 18s
This is the seventh webinar in a series on advanced software testing. This one is excerpted from Rex Black’s and Jamie Mitchell’s book, Advanced Software Testing: Volume 3, a book for technical test analysts, programmers, and test engineers. In this webinar, Rex will discuss the use of sophisticated code coverage techniques. Code coverage allows us to understand how much of the code has—and hasn’t—been tested, and to identify new and useful test cases to fill the coverage holes. Join this webinar, illustrated with examples throughout, to learn a technique that you can apply to your work right away.
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