I am creating testcase to check boundary testing.There are two textboxes. One textbox contains maximum 100 characters and second textbox contains 1500 characters.
I put 105 character in first textbox and 1509 characters in second textbox.
I have declared two variables v1 and v2.
In these two variables, value of first textbox and second textbox are stored.
And then i print the values as :-
value of V2 is 512
I think Values(1500 characters) doesnot store in v2 variable.
Manually develop a scheme for checking the 1500 limit using, for example, 100 characters saved in your CTRL-C/CTRL-V buffer (whatever that is called). It seems like you should be able to do 15 or 16 CTRL-V's before something funny happens... an error message or not all of your text makes it in.
What happens when you reach the upper limit? Do you have to click something to see an error?
Chris R Mead
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