All of the test patterns given below deal with test result handling.
The first patterns are complementary patterns for solving the same problem. They deal with internal (in-line check) versus external (batch check) checking of the results and internal (hard-coded) versus external (data driven) inputs and outputs. Batch check (or Benchmark) is particularly useful for changing the Judging pattern into Solved Example.
The second patterns are supplemental Test Automation Designs. Separable Tests (or Atomic Tests) deals with selection and independence of tests. All behavior (or whole function) deals with post-conditions of an Item Under Test (IUT).
All of these patterns also address test logging strategies.
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