edit test

edit test

[′ed·ət ‚test]
(computer science)
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Dennis di Cicco (1974) continues to write and edit test reports and Hot Products.
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.
CTB involves the use of computers to store and edit test questions, print multiple versions of tests with answer keys, score tests and offer score analyses.