What is the difference between regression testing and re-testing?

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What is the difference between regression testing and re-testing?
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Retesting means testing the functionality or bug again to ensure the code is fixed. If it is not fixed,

Defect needs to be re-opened. If fixed, the Defect is closed.

Regression testing means testing your software application when it undergoes a code change to ensure that the new code has not affected other parts of the software.

answered Feb 18 by Jobin

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