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21
Apr

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Selenium Interview Questions Set-6

Question 1 : Difference between String and StringBuffer Strings can be handled by 3 classes in Java: String, StringBuffer, StringBuilder String Class is immutable, object cannot be modified, all changes that we are doing(uppercase, lowercase, substring etc) on string object, is creating a new string object and old data still persist and become garbage(lot of garbage is generating, impact on…

21
Apr

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Selenium Interview Questions Set-5

Question 1 : What are different types of access modifiers? Access modifiers are used while creating class, method or variable. public: Any thing declared as public can be accessed from anywhere. private: Any thing declared as private can be accessed inside class only can’t be seen outside of its class. protected: Any thing declared as protected can…

21
Apr

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Selenium Interview Questions Set-4

Question 1 : Advantage of Selenium over QTP 1 Free (No license fees is required) 2 Support large number of browser(QTP support only 3) 3 Support large number of programming language(C#, Java, Python, Perl etc), QTP support only VB script 4 With the help of grid we can execute multiple test cases in parallel, ultimately…

21
Apr

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Selenium Interview Questions Set-3

Question 1 : Difference between Assert and Verify Verify : If verify got failed, it will fail that particular step and execution will move to next step, remaining steps will execute of that test case Assert : If assert got failed, execution of that test case will halt on that step, no more steps of that test case will execute Question 2 : What…

21
Apr

0

Selenium Interview Questions Set-2

Question 1 : All Supported Element Locators in Selenium  Question 2 : Annotations in Junit   @Test(Test Method) @Test(timeout=500) @Test(expected=IllegalArgumentException.class) @Before (Will execute before every @Test Annotation) @After (Will execute after every @Test Annotation) @BeforeClass (Will execute before executing any other annotation, execute only once at the start) @AfterClass (Will execute after executing all other annotation,…

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