test code

test code

A measurement standard that is primarily applicable to a specific class or type of machinery or equipment.
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Figure 3 illustrates legacy HTBasic test code being recycled using the HTBasic adapter in NI TestStand.
That information includes the API calls for the OS, sample code and emulators that let developers test code on a PC.
+ STRINGENT TEST CODE. A stringent test code exercises all areas of a subject code and determines conditions under which it will become unstable or produce inaccurate results.
For example, all physicians need to be notified that when they order a certain test code, they will get reflex testing.
Combinations of these functions accommodate downloading test code to a UUT, controlling and monitoring test code execution, and collecting test results from UUT memory.
It also allows reuse of existing test code and reduces test development time, facilitating easy migration between test hardware.
Often, there is a temptation to start writing test code before there are adequate test and process specifications, leading some to ask, "Why do we not have time to do it right, but we have time to do it over?" While there is a legitimate need to complete test projects quickly, a more accurate and less costly-way to achieve the same goal is to start writing the test and process specifications early-even while the product is being developed.
Gap filling is used when there is no comparable, existing test code already in use.
The M9393A leverages Agilent's highly regarded X-Series measurement applications and 89600 VSA software, which offers deep programmatic compatibility with Agilent's benchtop signal analyzers to maximize test code reuse.
To avoid confusion, however, since many doctors and nurses commonly refer to tests by test code (e.g., CK) rather than by name (creatine kinase) or vise versa (glucose, not "glu"), both the test code and the test name would be printed in the handbook.
With multicore TimeMachine, developers creating software for these processors have a new level of visibility and control, with the ability to debug, optimize, and test code in powerful new ways," said Tony King-Smith, EVP of marketing, Imagination Technologies, which recently acquired MIPS Technologies, Inc., and with it the industry-standard MIPS microprocessor architecture.