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What is an Infeasible Path in Software Testing?

Infeasible Path in software testing context can be defined as the path that cannot be verified by any set of possible input values and most expensive activities of software testing.

It is a white box testing technique identified by drawing the flowgraph of the developed code and finding out the path that would never be reached with any type of the data.

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