edit test

edit test

[′ed·ət ‚test]
(computer science)
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Scenario Mode, an easy-to-use graphical interface, enables engineers without specific programming skills to quickly and effectively develop and edit test scripts.
The computerized edit system produces error listings with messages for each failed edit test.
On the surface, for instance, a client company's edit test of payroll data being input into the computer for processing work may appear to be of the same high quality in the current year compared to the prior year or years.
Application controls encompass input controls such as edit tests and check digits, processing controls such as financial and nonfinancial control totals, and output controls such as activity listings and forms control.
Using a single sign-on from within the EMR, users can download orders and patient demographics directly to Burdick and Quinton diagnostic devices, upload results back to the EMR after tests are performed, and review and edit test results at the office or any remote location.
0 include the ability to edit test vectors which are otherwise inaccessible to the user as well as the ability to perform custom boundary-scan operations and simulate abnormal waveform situations.
Design and test engineers can rapidly create and edit test signals to meet their specialized needs with the new Analog Waveform Editor interactive software from National Instruments (Nasdaq:NATI).
From the Playback+ graphical user interface (GUI), users edit test scripts, launch testing sessions on the mainframe and compare test results.
The user can define, delete and edit tests to be included in a particular sequence using a simple "cut and paste" Java graphical interface.