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Pairwise Test Design: It Only Looks Like Magic — Configurations: Arranging The Forest

Complex configurations can seem like a forest of settings and constraints. Physical configuration changes are particularly challenging without automation. Testing with a small number of configurations improves efficiency. Pairwise testing aims to do that.

All Things Ministry of Testing

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