What is ad-hoc testing?

Posted On: Dec 29, 2020

 

Ad hoc Testing is an unstructured way of testing and it is randomly done on any part of the application. Adhoc testing can be achieved with the Software testing technique called Error Guessing that is usually an unplanned activity that does not follow any documentation and test design techniques to create test cases.

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