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Universal Test Specification Language

The Universal Test Specification Language (UTSL) is a programming language for creating test specifications that can be used with different testing tools and platforms. It provides a way to describe test scenarios, expected results, pass/fail criteria, and other aspects of the testing process in a machine-readable format. UTSL aims to improve interoperability between testing environments by standardizing the way tests are written and executed. This allows for greater reusability of test assets across different projects and reduces the effort associated with translating tests from one tool to another or maintaining multiple sets of test scripts.