random testing


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random testing

(programming, testing)
A black-box testing approach in which software is tested by choosing an arbitrary subset of all possible input values. Random testing helps to avoid the problem of only testing what you know will work.
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Mr Cullen added that random testing had been very successful in Victoria, Australia and in some EU member states.
Under the order, the offender would be forced to undergo a programme of treatment which would include random testing.
We will attack the problem in prisons by supporting random testing of all prisoners.
No drugs /alcohol with random testing. Court appearance set for Wed., July 24 at 10:30 a.m.
"Since the very first time they've done it, may I know how many tested positive in their random testing?" he said in a text message.
At Los Angeles Superior Court yesterday, Judge Mark Juhas ordered the America's Got Talent judge to undergo random testing for four months as part of the custody agreement with her ex.
"Following requests from a number of service areas across the Council it was agreed to develop a procedure enabling the random testing of employees in safety critical roles and to test any employee that gives cause for suspicion.
'We take the side of Secretary Briones invoking that in the United States, what has been upheld as being constitutional is only random testing for high school,' he added.
The Philippines is planning to take President Rodrigo Duterte's ferocious drugs war to schools with the inspection of bags and lockers, as well as random testing for teachers, to curb demand for illegal substances, officials said on Friday.
It seems like common sense to me that taxi drivers and bus drivers, etc, all come under legislation for random testing.
When he was sentenced last November, Fox, who rode Rogue Angel to victory at Fairyhouse in 2016, was told he would be required to submit to random testing with his suspension reviewed after five and a half months.