As part of the overall strategy of testing programs in the first place is what is known as "Unit Testing" which means that any part of our program that has a well-defined input and output, both internal, must be tested separately and in isolation as externally, and it must be divided from the most independent units to those that, being complex, use multiple units to do their work.

Using as you already know how to create Brain Graphs, which consist of writing and drawing on paper whatever you consider relevant to try and how to do it, in addition to linking all those parts that depend on each other, we can identify early the areas of high risk of causing errors catastrophic or that may prevent the entire program or system from being used. These "Units" are the first to which we must apply our interest to make them ok.

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