Triangle Test

This exercise was originally developed by Anand Ramdeo and appeared on his TestingGeek.com website in the early 2000’s. We have reproduced it here in its entirely, including any and all defects.

This is probably one of the most common question in software testing interview. This problem was first introduced by Myers, who was one of the first person to treat Software Testing as a different subject all together. This test check your ability to think about generating test data in a given condition.

Suppose your program accepts input as three sides of a triangle and gives output on what type of triangle is this i.e. Scalene (no sides are same), Isosceles (any two sides are same) or Equilateral (All the three sides are same).

You have to come up with different test cases to test this program.

You can write your test cases here, by giving side of the triangles and evaluate your test data. Once you are done with all the test cases you can think of, check your performance. If you want to restart your test anytime, just click on the restart test button. I have not covered all the possible test cases here as idea is to give you sufficient information to get started.


Enter First Side:

Enter Second Side:

Enter Third Side:


 

Comments on Your Test Data :

Comments on Your Test Performance :