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test case

a legal action that serves as a precedent in deciding similar succeeding cases

test case

A set of test data and test programs (test scripts) and their expected results. A test case validates one or more system requirements and generates a pass or fail. See test, script, test scenario, test suite and testing types.
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The Canadian Bar Association has chosen British Columbia to launch a test case to establish a constitutional right to civil legal aid in British Columbia because it has instituted the most drastic cuts in assistance to low income persons.
The standards developing activity usually develops the standard, the FDT specification, the testing methodology, and the test case scenarios.
Test case selection: Test cases must be selected to run regression testing.
What the cooperative groups have decided to do is to reach out to the board accountants, locate a 'good' refund case and try to get the IRS to agree to treat it as a test case.
Expressing his concern that the hearings will be used as a test case, McGuinty says the industry cannot afford to see Matachewan unable to defend its position.
The team that built the example system--a three-person, software testing research team from Interactive Development Environments--used an integrated set of software development tools that included a model-drawing tool called StP/OMT, a test case generator called T, and a test execution tool called XRunner.
We are looking for good facts for a test case," echoed Margulies.
This means that in agile development, where revisions are frequent, the number of added test cases becomes excessive, and tasks such as handling test cases, checking test results, and test case maintenance become a problem.