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    Test cases for 10 combination of check boxes

    How many Test cases for 10 combination of check boxes and radio buttons.How we will use permutation combination to count these.

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    Re: Test cases for 10 combination of check boxes

    Interview question?
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    Re: Test cases for 10 combination of check boxes

    You can apply the standard formula of permutation and combination to calculate the number of test case.

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    Re: Test cases for 10 combination of check boxes

    thnx for your reply.

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    Re: Test cases for 10 combination of check boxes

    I would recommend you to use Pair Wise testing
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    Re: Test cases for 10 combination of check boxes

    Permutation testing applies to ordered inputs. The number of tests for permutation testing is n! (that is n-factorial). See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/cc163513.aspx for more info on permutation testing.

    If the state of all 10 check boxes are at least semi-coupled to a common output condition and are unordered (in other words it doesn't matter which sequence you check or uncheck them) then you have a combinatorial (pair wise) testing problem. The number of tests is the Cartesian product of the variables for each input parameter.

    If each checkbox state affects a discrete outcome, then you are essentially testing for single mode failures.
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