Software testing involves the use of various techniques and tools to evaluate a software program and determine its results and outputs through several use cases.
Behavior testing in software testing is an example of a technique we can use to validate certain behaviors of a software program instead of the technical perspective, under various circumstances.
Behavior testing helps determine how the system must behave externally. It is also known as black box testing.
We perform behavior testing without knowing the internal contents of the application. It effectively knows how the system must respond when specific inputs are provided to the software under testing.
With behavior testing, we analyze different types of errors, such as the ones demonstrated in the diagram below:
Behavior testing involves various techniques and approaches:
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