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Do you measure code coverage of your manual testing efforts?





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I feel like manual tests are usually more like integration tests than unit tests. This makes it a bit easier to estimate how much of the functionality you're covering, rather than how much of the code.

Which seems like a more useful metric. It's just hard to estimate it for unit tests.

You'll probably not get near 100% coverage manually, it's better to try and test the most critical parts rather than the parts with most code.

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