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It is also called transparent or transparent testing because the QA is familiar with the application’s internal code and structure. Unit testing is the primary use for this tool. There are a number of other techniques included in the category of “White Box Testing,” such as data flow testing, control flow testing, decision coverage, and path testing, to name a few.
Following are the advantages of this testing:
The term “black-box” refers to a testing approach in which the QA is unaware of the underlying code or application structure. As an end-user, the QA tests the software application’s functional and non-functional behavior by interacting with it. This helps to uncover some bugs that might otherwise go unnoticed.
Testing a system from beginning to end using black box testing is a powerful technique because it exercises the entire system. To see if a system delivers on its promises in the same way that users “don’t care” about the coding or architecture of the system, a tester can simulate user activity.
Testing a software product or application with only a limited understanding of its internal structure is known as Grey Box Testing or Grey Box testing. The goal of grey box testing is to find and fix bugs caused by shoddy code or sloppy application use.