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Equivalence Partitioning in Testing | ISTQB Tutorial For Beginners

In this video, we discuss equivalence partitioning in software testing. Equivalence class partitioning is one of the black box testing techniques and the concepts of equivalence classes is explained with around four examples. This video will serve as a Software Testing or ISTQB Tutorial For Beginners. The video will be helpful for professionals or qa analysts working in manual testing and test automation streams
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