Chapter 21. Test Presentation

“Ring the bells that still can ring

Forget your perfect offering.

There is a crack in everything,

That’s how the light gets in.”

Leonard Cohen

There is no perfect way of writing a test or a table. Alternative ways are presented here.

Customer Understood Tables

The key in selecting the form of a table is to pick the one that the customer unit most easily understands. For example, here is the business rule table for rental fees.


There are various ways you can document the tests for this table. You can have a standard calculation-style table, such as this.

Alternatively, you could have an individual table for ...

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