Why are initial and end conditions necessary?

Why are initial and end conditions necessary?..

Answer / anand kulkarni

Please correct me if i am wrong. Below is what i believe
the answer.

It is necessary to make sure that the system works even at
boundaries also.

For eg: if the input values for a field needs to be tested
between 1 and 100 then initial conditions like 0,1 are
needed and end conditions like 99,100 are needed for

Boundary value analysis technique can be used for testing
initial and end conditions.

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