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Can you explain exploratory testing?

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posted Apr 16 by Arun

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Exploratory testing is also called ad-hoc testing, but in reality, it's not completely ad-hoc. Ad hoc testing is an unplanned, unstructured, maybe even an impulsive journey through the system with the intent of finding bugs. Exploratory testing is simultaneous learning, test design, and test execution. In other words, exploratory testing is any testing done to the extent that the tester proactively controls the design of the tests as those tests are performed and use information gained while testing to design better tests. Exploratory testers are not merely keying in random data, but rather testing areas that their experience (or imagination) tells them are important and then going where those tests take them. enter image description here

answer Apr 17 by Arunkumaarts
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Exploratory testing is that where the test cases are not created in advance and tester verify the system on the go without test cases based on the thoughts of the functionality.

answer Apr 17 by Ronak Panchal