Black-box testing is a software testing technique in which we test software applications’ functionalities without knowing much about the internal structure/design of the item.
In black-box, a user provides input and observes the output generated by the system under test. Black-box testing is commonly known as behavioral testing, since we follow the behavior of the overall design.
To conduct black-box testing on an item, we implement a variety of steps and techniques to check the behavior of that item. Those techniques include:
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