What is a boundary value analysis, Software Engineering

What is a boundary value analysis?

A boundary value analysis is a testing method in which the elements at the edge of the domain are selected and tested. It is a test case design method that complements equivalence partitioning method. Here instead of focusing on input conditions only, the test cases are derived from the output domain.

 

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