Regulatory Constraint

[reg-yuh-leyt kuhn-streynt]

Definition of Regulatory Constraint

An official standard, rule, or regulation that can affect either what is built (e.g., it must be bi-lingual), how it is built (e.g., the Code must be completely protected by Tests), or both.

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