A sandbox is a testing environment that isolates untested code changes and outright experimentation from the production environment or repository. Sandboxes replicate at least the minimal functionality needed to accurately test the programs or other code under development (Source: WikiPedia)

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Definition of "Sandbox" by Chat GPT: A "sandbox" is a controlled environment often used in software development and testing to run untested code or programs without affecting the production environment. It provides a safe space to experiment and test new features or changes before implementing them in a live or production environment.
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