Discovering “Code Smells”

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Automated tests are code too. Meaning they have flaws and inefficiencies. Just as a bad smell can suggest something is wrong with the food, code smells indicate problems with the code's design or structure. Identifying and addressing code smells is important for the stability, readability, and maintainability of the test code base. 


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