FAQ: Why Test? - Tests As Documentation

This community-built FAQ covers the “Tests As Documentation” exercise from the lesson “Why Test?”.

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what do this code can you expalin me very well because it’s my first time to see a code like this please
it(‘accepts the customer name’, () => {
const name = ‘Hungry Person’;

browser.setValue(’#name’, name);

assert.include(browser.getText(’#deliver-to’), name);

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I don’t know who set .tracker to fixed, but it’s really annoying :hot_face:
hope it’s part of the bug :smiley:

same here I was about to ask that doubt, it was so confusing to understand as it was never explained in the previous lessons or modules.

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