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Yes. But the point is, you do it at the end of a release, and the new phase of development starts at the same time. Defects get rolled up into the next phase, so you don't have that time consuming round of testing at the very end. Tests are smaller, more focused, and cheaper to fix because they are caught earlier on.

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