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Questions about testing applications written in Java or test automation written in Java, a popular programming language and runtime environment which allows Java programs to run unchanged on most hardware and software platforms.

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I would create an array with all the elements, then loop through them. This is also assuming you want to check the same value for all. If you wanted to check true for some and false for others, you'd …
answered Mar 9 '17 by Swagin9
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I would create a loop that selects the month field by index, then select any additional data points, increment the index and go back to the beginning of the loop.
answered Apr 5 '17 by Swagin9
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I think learning some basic coding skills would be very beneficial. There are many websites that will help you learn basic java and selenium skills. If you're just looking to get in to a position …
answered Feb 28 '17 by Swagin9
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Before your SendMail class, you can include a file upload method that will upload a file, then you can read the lines of the file and pass those emails into the SendMail method in a loop: Each email …
answered Jan 23 '17 by Swagin9
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`try{ init_webdriver_wait(); if(wdw != null){ // sample check if the webdriverwait instance is null wdw.until(ExpectedConditions.elementToBeClickable(register_link)); …
answered Apr 19 '17 by Swagin9
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Like Peter said, IMHO Unit tests are best done by developers. These tests really give the most benefit to them as it helps them ensure their code is working as intended at the most granular level, an …
answered Mar 14 '16 by Swagin9