Difference between ad-hoc testing and exploratory testing?
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- February 13, 2019 at 12:31 pm #53631
Both ad-hoc testing and exploratory testing are the common ways of testing the system without having a proper plan & policy. However, in ad-hoc testing, a tester is well-versed with the software and its features and thereby conduct the testing whereas, in exploratory, Tester gets to learn and examine more about the software during the course of testing and thus tests the system regularly along with software understanding and learning throughout the testing process.
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