Exhaustive testing - Example - Basic concepts of Software Testing

Q.  The customer is very cautious about the quality of a product. He needs all the combination of inputs and preconditions to be tested. Among using which of the testing principles the tester should tell the customer that such kind of testing is not feasible?
- Published on 03 Aug 15

a. Absence of error fallacy
b. Defect clustering
c. Pesticide paradox
d. Exhaustive testing

ANSWER: Exhaustive testing
 

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  • Prajakta Pandit   -Posted on 17 Nov 15

    - In Exhaustive testing principles, the tester should tell the customer that such kind of testing is not feasible.

    - It is a test approach in which all possible data combinations are used for testing.

    - This testing includes implicit data combinations present in the state of the software or data at the start of testing.

    - It is a quality assurance approach in which all possible combinations of scenarios and test cases are used for testing.

    - It is the process of testing for everything just to make sure that the product cannot be destroyed or crashed by some random happenstance.

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