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    Does there HAVE to be corrections based on the Testing section? Because I was able to catch and correct almost all errors at the Alpha testing stage, there is no errors I can "modify based on results".

    Or do I have to program in errors to correct?

    Will/ should it effect marks?

    Thanks!
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    I'd program fake errors into it if I were you, I think that's what I did
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    (Original post by OllieGCSEs)
    I'd program fake errors into it if I were you, I think that's what I did
    It just seems stupid, I have been programming but the first round of testing had tackled almost all errors!
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    (Original post by allentom97)
    It just seems stupid, I have been programming but the first round of testing had tackled almost all errors!
    It is a bit stupid, another option is to get your end user to suggest things in their testing for you to include/modify. Alternatively just make a fake error
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    (Original post by Dapperblook22)
    It is a bit stupid, another option is to get your end user to suggest things in their testing for you to include/modify. Alternatively just make a fake error
    Yeah I think I will have to do that! Seems silly, and a little bit of a waste of time! :unimpressed:

    Thank you for the replies everyone!
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    I fixed issues if they came about during alpha testing. Then towards the end of my software development I gave my end user a questionnaire and then took action on what he suggested
 
 
 
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