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Yes you need to write Test Cases for different Devices. In simple words just follow the "Compatibility Testing" or "Cross Browsing Testing".


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Telling the interviewer what is less important than telling them why. They asked for the two best cases - not just a list of cases. This means that you need to explain to them why these cases are "better" than the many other cases you could have offered up. It doesn't matter if you give good answers if you cannot also explain why they are good answers. A ...


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Yes, Agree with above answer, many ways to answering this question, in such I try to define a positive and Negative test cases of the Login page as below: Positive Test Case 1) Verify the Correct username,Correct password - Login Successfully. Negative Test Cases 1) Verify the Incorrect username,incorrect password- Can't Login 2) Verify the ...


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There are many answers for this question, but first what come's in mind, are: Positive: Data: login: X password: Y User Log in correctly using proprietary data Negative: Data: login: [not registered login] V password: Y User can't log in with unregistered login Data: login: X password: [Bad password] B ...


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For the 'For' and 'While' loop statements, try the Boundary Value Analysis (BVA) and Equivalence partitioning testing approaches. By using these approaches you will be able to create cases for the pending part. http://istqbexamcertification.com/what-is-boundary-value-analysis-in-software-testing/ ...


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Bit late but: just create a new test plans - add test steps and save/check-in. Then in the tree-view right click the created testplan and click on 'Mark as Template Test'. Now when you create a new testplan or modify an existing one, you can right-click on a test step and select 'Call to test'. Then select the template test u created before. This helps to ...



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