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Graphwalker – Guards and actions

In our previous articles we have already discussed about the finite state machines and about how we can take advantage from this utility of the Graphwalker API. It is based on nodes and vertices which are connected to each other to become a graph and forming a test case to make your job easier and clear.
Moreover Graphwalker provides additional possibilities to make the job be in a batter quality. The edges could be extended by expressions and these can modify the further way of test run. Excluding the label the edge can contain two other elements. The first one called guard and another one is action. These have a unique order like this: Label [Guard] / Action1; Action2;