What does the test timeout mean in TestNG?

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What does the test timeout mean in TestNG?
Jun 18 in Selenium by Wahida
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Hi Wahida, test timeout represents the maximum number of milliseconds a test case should take. In the following example, a timeOut of ten seconds guarantees that none of the threads will block on this thread forever:

@Test(threadPoolSize = 3, invocationCount = 10,  timeOut = 10000)
public void testCase1(){}
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