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testing Online Quiz - 9

Description: testing Online Quiz - 9
Number of Questions: 20
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  1. a,b,c,d are valid ; e invalid

  2. b is valid, a,c,d,e are not

  3. a,b,c valid ; e,f not

  4. All


Correct Option: D
  1. find more faults

  2. do best testing in the time available

  3. do more effective testing

  4. shorten the time required for testing


Correct Option: B
  1. Everyone who have some use for the tool

  2. The vendor contractor to write the initial script

  3. The independent testing team

  4. A small team to establish best way to use the tool


Correct Option: D
  1. Test Factors

  2. Functions/Subroutines

  3. All

  4. None


Correct Option: C
  1. Compliance Testing - Business rules

  2. Black box testing - Path coverage

  3. Regression testing - end users

  4. File integrity - control totals


Correct Option: D
  1. is unlikely to cause a failure

  2. is likely to be fault free

  3. is likely to be completed on schedule

  4. is user friendly


Correct Option: A
  1. will help ensure unchanged areas of software hav not been affected

  2. will help ensure changed areas of software hav not been affected

  3. can run during user acceptance testing only

  4. will always be automated


Correct Option: A
  1. Management reporting

  2. Defect prevention

  3. Deliverable base linings

  4. None of the above


Correct Option: A

Equivalence partitioning is

  1. Black box testing appropriate to all levels of testing

  2. Black box testing used only by developers

  3. Black box testing appropriate for system testing only

  4. A white box testing appropriate for component testing only


Correct Option: A

AI Explanation

To answer this question, you need to understand the concept of equivalence partitioning.

Equivalence partitioning is a black box testing technique that is appropriate for all levels of testing. It involves dividing the input data into different classes or partitions, where each partition is expected to exhibit similar behavior. The idea is to select representative test cases from each partition to ensure that all possible scenarios are covered.

Let's go through each option to understand why it is correct or incorrect:

Option A) Black box testing appropriate to all levels of testing - This option is correct because equivalence partitioning is a black box testing technique that can be used at any level of testing to ensure thorough test coverage.

Option B) Black box testing used only by developers - This option is incorrect because equivalence partitioning is not limited to developers only. It is a testing technique that can be used by testers as well.

Option C) Black box testing appropriate for system testing only - This option is incorrect because equivalence partitioning is not limited to system testing only. It can be used in various levels of testing, including unit testing, integration testing, and acceptance testing.

Option D) A white box testing appropriate for component testing only - This option is incorrect because equivalence partitioning is not a white box testing technique. It is a black box testing technique that focuses on the inputs and outputs of the system under test, rather than the internal structure or code.

The correct answer is A) Black box testing appropriate to all levels of testing. This option is correct because equivalence partitioning is a black box testing technique that can be used at any level of testing to ensure thorough test coverage.

Actual complexity metric refers to the number of independent path traversed during testing

  1. True

  2. False


Correct Option: A

Risk is defined as

  1. Occurence*risk factor

  2. Frequency* risk factor

  3. Probablity* influence

  4. Risk factor* risk response number


Correct Option: B

What is the output of the following code snippet @echo off set var = 1 %var%+=1 echo var

  1. 2

  2. 3

  3. 1

  4. Syntax Error


Correct Option: D

What is the editor that is used for creating batch scripts

  1. Visual Studio 2010

  2. Notepad

  3. MS-Wordpad

  4. All the above


Correct Option: D

What is the output of the following code snippet @echo off %1 %2\%3 .\ Save the above as “test.bat” Execute the batch file with the commandline parameters test.bat xcopy d: test.txt

  1. Syntax Error

  2. Copies “D:\test.txt” to current directory

  3. Invalid arguments

  4. None of the above


Correct Option: B

What does the following code snippet do? IF EXISTS c:\test.txt del c:\test.txt Dir %WinDir%\ >> c:\test.txt

  1. Deletes c:\test.txt and lists the contents of c:\Windows to c:\test.txt

  2. Errors out as test.txt does not exist

  3. Deletes c:\test.txt, if exists, and lists the contents of c:\window to c:\test.txt

  4. Errors out as test.txt does not exist and rolls back all the commands.


Correct Option: C

What is the output of the following code snippet?

@echo off 
set /a number = 5 
:loop 
set /a number = %number% +1 
If %number% == 10
 (goto :label) 
else 
  (echo %number% >> c:\test.txt) 
goto :loop
  1. Prints numbers from 6 to 9 into c:\test.txt

  2. Prints numbers from 5 to 10 into c:\test.txt

  3. Prints only 10 to c:\test.txt

  4. Infinite loop


Correct Option: A
  1. Writes the names of all the files present in the current directory to d:\test.txt

  2. Copies d:\test.txt to windows directory

  3. Writes the help options available on ‘Copy’ into d:\test.txt

  4. Not a valid command


Correct Option: C

Batch scripts are generally used for

  1. To execute a set of statements in one go

  2. To do file management

  3. To make registry changes

  4. All the above


Correct Option: D
  1. Returns the number of files present in UserProfile Folder

  2. Syntax error

  3. Copies the contents of UserProfile to a path specified by command line argument

  4. Copies the contents from a path specified by a command line argument to UserProfile


Correct Option: C
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