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What is Black box Testing?

Black-box testing is a method of software testing that examines the functionality of an application based on the specifications. It is also known as Specifications based testing. Independent Testing Team usually performs this type of testing during the software testing life cycle.

This method of test can be applied to each and every level of software testing such as unit, integration, system and acceptance testing.

Behavioural Testing Techniques:

There are different techniques involved in Black Box testing.

  • Equivalence Class

  • Boundary Value Analysis

  • Domain Tests

  • Orthogonal Arrays

  • Decision Tables

  • State Models

  • Exploratory Testing

  • All-pairs testing

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