Regression testing — what is it in software testing

Regression testing is a testing of an old functionalality for corect work after there were some fixes or features addited. It is done to make sure that changes in code havan’t affected any other functions, that were working before changes.

Regression testing can be done manualy or automated, but it’s almost always prefered to automate this kind of tests, because the take to much time.

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