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akhalesh yadav


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What would you do if you were asked to test a system which is unfamiliar to you has out-of-date or inadequate documentation?

HCL, Tech Mahindra,

6 Manual Testing 9868






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Question { 5239 }

how many checkpoint u have to used


Answer

checkpoints are depends on application type which u test i.e either it is web or window applications.

Is This Answer Correct ?    0 Yes 1 No

Question { IBM, 6593 }

If I have written the 10 Positive test cases first and
Negative test cases 11 to 25 .I Execute +ve first & then -
ve as per test cases were written .Now if I got the next
build & if I write again +ve Test Cases 26-30 first & then -
ve 31-35 but I have to execute all test cases 1 to 35.But
here the sequence of execution is +ve,-ve,+ve & -ve .How
should I maintain the test cases .Please tell me It's
Urgent .Thanks In Advance.....Tester


Answer

hello,
According to me if you are execute your test cases in manual testing then you check expected result=actual results step by step.
if u r doing in automation testing then split your test set according +ve & -ve test cases after execute your test set.

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Question { 5761 }

Anyone can please inform me about how to write test cases
for any mathematical calculations. Say for example, we have
a formula in a given scenario for calculating the interest.

The given formula for interest is: (principle * 5)/(12 * 100)

In this case, the principle amount may vary. Would like to
know how many test cases can be written for this scenario
and how can we decide over this. I will be very thankful for
the answer....


Answer

Valid test cases
1.value of principle is +ve integer value
2.value of principle is greater than 0

Invalid test cases
1.value of principle is 0
2.value of principle is infinity
3.value of principle is -ve value

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