Scenario

The Cucumber for Java Book — by Seb Rose, Matt Wynne, Aslak Hellesøy (32 / 132)

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To actually express the behavior we want, each feature contains several scenarios. Each scenario is a single concrete example of how the system should behave in a particular situation. If you add together the behavior defined by all of the scenarios, that’s the expected behavior of the feature itself.

When Cucumber runs a scenario, if the system behaves as described in the scenario, then the scenario…

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