Exhaustive Testing: What is exhaustive testing?

Exhaustive Testing, as the name suggests is very exhaustive. In this type of testing we try to check the output given by the software by entering all the possible inputs, in fact we use all the permutations and combinations of the inputs. Each element of code is verified under this process. This way we are able to find software endurance as well as its ability to handle extreme situations.

What is Exhaustive Testing wikipedia in Software testing?
Exhaustive Testing

Exhaustive testing is usually done when the programs and the scope of project is small. For bigger projects exhaustive testing is impractical and is not used. Exhaustive testing is time consuming and costly, thus it has only theoretical significance; a teacher may employ it to guide his ward, who is learning basics of coding.

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