Gherkin Syntax

Gherkin is a well-known syntax for writing tests using behavior-driven development (BDD). This syntax lets you test from the user perspective by using use-case scenarios.

Gherkin syntax uses plain-text English with a specific structure. Gherkin syntax is easy to learn but structured enough to allow specific examples.

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