Conditional input is noting but giving the input which is dependent on aother i/p.
There are three list box.
All having there unique id.
Here conditional input is the reference to another one.Means child is dependent on his parent.
Like Village is dependent on Tahsil/Taluka(Village comes under taluka and TAluka comes under distruict).This is the dependency.
Conditional i/p are like as conditional statements if...then..else.While ...not equal.<,>.
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So form your answeres what i interpret is that..
a conditional input is nothing but when an output is dependent on more than 1 input..
m i right ?
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Not exactly, you say output here, when you should say input. That's all I see wrong with it. So if I have a State list box and that is only populated when I select a country that has states or provinces within it. The input for the State box is conditional on the input of the Country box.
Not the output, the input. So, yes, it is when one input is dependent on one or more other inputs.
9 out of 10 people I prove wrong agree that I'm right. The other person is my wife.
In my opinion, conditional input may be have many kinds of meaning in different testing environment.
By the testing environment, The precondition of conditional input may be eyeable or not. Some time it may come from output of last time testing. Maybe it is decided by the input which is used by a testing process