Even a human programmer can't guarantee that the code they try to write the first time will be error-free. Instead of discarding incorrect code directly, humans analyze and investigate code execution results to identify and correct errors in implementation. The testing phase of ChatDevelopment involves three roles: programmer, reviewer, and tester.
• This process includes atomic-level tasks ranging from peer review (programmers and reviewers) to system testing (programmers and testers). Peer review is static debugging to identify potential problems by examining source code. System testing is a type of dynamic debugging that verifies the execution of software by a programmer using an interpreter to perform tests. The focus of this test is to evaluate the performance of the application through black-box testing.
• If the interpreter struggles to find fine-grained logic problems, human customers can be involved in software testing.