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Techniques involved in Testing
What are the techniques involved in testing???
Asked by Aarpit Gupta | Apr 11 2012 | Report this Report abuse
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View Gauresh Naik 's Profile
Software testing techniques: Manual & Automation are the basic types involved in Testing.
Manual is you use predefined definitions for testing.
In automation testing you use tools like Selenium for testing.
Wedding is a once in a lifetime event. It is obvious that you would want your wedding arrangements to be perfect and graceful. These day’s floral centrepieces have become a centre of attraction as most people experiment and bring forth styles which are unique and sophisticated. We bring to you 8 most attractive wedding centrepieces which you can also try on the most special day of your life.
1. Traditional blooms- In a white opaque vase place all bright coloured blooms of different varieties. You can use roses, tiger lilies, chrysanthemums and place them in a manner which diverts all attention towards it. It is wise to place your flowers according to their size as that would glorify the effect much more.
2. Soft pink and white bouquets- Want an elegant wedding without much effort. Buy some pink and white flowers and add some red roses in the centre. You can play around with tulips, stock, roses and peonies. These are the flowers in which pink looks very pretty and gorgeous ready to make your wedding also memorable.
3. Modern dash of colour- Take a simple looking white vase and some bright gerbera daisies. These can be in the brightest of colours possible like orange, pink and red. Make sure to cut their stems at different levels. So while some may be just peeping from the vase others would be standing tall.
4. Eclectic combination- Why not pick up flowers and combinations which are different and very stylish. You can choose from roses, gerbera daisies, bells of Ireland, Spruce and bupleurum. This unique set of flowers looks modern without losing its traditional touch.
5. Bowl of Iris blooms- Supposing you just want it to look gorgeous. Just pick up some Iris blooms and tie them up with a ribbon. Next in a bowl you can place a florist foam and place these flowers in it. Cover the base with foam and wrap the stems with a green ribbon and your look is perfect.
6. Paper bag Vase- Want to cut down the use of traditional vases? Use a brown paper bag. Pick up tulips, lilacs and lisianthus and arrange them in this bag. Fold the bag from the top and tie its opening with a ribbon. The effect will be magnetic indeed.
7. Bottles on display- Try something innovative and use beakers, bottles and jugs for the same. Place different shapes and sizes of the same together. Fill each one of them with interesting flower combinations like orchids or pink peonies.
8. Cottage style centrepiece- This would require you to purchase fresh flowers and arrange them loosely in a broad-mouthed vase. You could use roses, sweet peas, daisies, lilacs, tulips and Hydrangeas for the best look.
These are just some centrepiece ideas that you could attempt for your wedding. Do make sure to arrange fresh flowers otherwise the impact of all your effort will go waste. After all, it is your wedding you would not want to ruin the special moment for anything.

Manual testing helps for small websites or projects.It has lot of benefits.
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Software Testing Techniques: Static Testing Vs Dynamic Testing CRB Tech is a premier training and placement institute that conducts software testing course in Pune. Static testing and dynamic testing are two important techniques related to software testing. We will see them in detail in this blog=>
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View Sneha  Singh 's Profile
Different Techniques Of Software Testing :

1) Black-Box Testing-The technique of analyzing without having any information of the interior technicalities of the program is called black-box analyzing.

2) White-Box Testing- White-box tests the detailed research of inner reasoning and structure of the rule. White-box tests also called glass examining or open-box examining.

3) Grey-Box Testing- Grey-box assessments a technique to analyze the program with having a small information of the interior technicalities of a software.
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Software Testing are of two types.They are:
1.Black box Testing
2.White box Testing

Again these testing types are divided into techniques.

Black Box Testing Techniques are Equivalence Partitioning,Boundary Value Analysis,Cause Effect Graphing,Error Guessing.

White Box includes Statement coverage,Condition coverage,Decision Coverage,Multiple Condition Coverage.

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View Navin  Kumar 's Profile
these are the type of testing
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Equivalence partitioning,state transition testing,boundary value analysis,cause effect graphing comes under TESTING TECHNIQUES.
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View Ashfaq Mohammad 's Profile
There are 3 Software testing techniques.
1. Whitebox testing techniques.
2. Blackbox testing techniques.
3. Greybox testing techniques.
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View Anil kumar 's Profile
3 Testing Techniques are:

1.Black Box Testing.
2.White Box Testing.
3.Grey Box Testing.

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View Dwarika Dhish Mishra 's Profile
@ Abhilasha

She has written techniques that is used for Black Box testing and there are few more like
Decision table testing
Error Guessing
Syntex testing
Cause Effect testing

To read more you may visit this link for better understanding
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View Suresh   Babu 's Profile
There are 2 types of testing Technique

1. Black box testing technique ...
2. White box testing technique ....
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View mohanraj  p 's Profile
Functional and structural Testing techniques
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View Deepa Mehra 's Profile
So is there some thing called high level testing???
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View Aakil  vemula 's Profile
Yes .....

Decision Table testing and Flow chart mechanism comes under the high level testing mechanisms.
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View Avinash  Bhatt 's Profile
Yes, I am sure that they all come under low level testing...
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View Abhilasha Sharma 's Profile
1)Boundary Value Testing
2)Equivalence Class partitioning
3)Special Value testing
4)Error Value guessing
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