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  1. 1. Re: what is cyclomatic complexity? plz explain with example Answer Cyclomatic Complexity is a White Box 0 # 1 Testing Type. Re: what is monkey testing? Answer Testing Software without any Test case or # 2 formal Procedure. N.. 00000…aviating through various screens and checking for the Functionality with some dummy/unformatted inputs and Finding bugs. Re: What is quot;Visible State Transitionquot; test? Give example Answer Visible State Transition means first we # 1 check state of System and then test cases are written to test the triggers (Events) that causes the system transition Re: How Severity and Priority are related to each other? Answer Severity tells the seriousness/depth of the # 1 bug where as Priority tells which bug should rectify first.. Re: I Have a login screen. Us before the release you see the screen and there is a bug. Tell me what’s the bug. Screen: Logen : Password : | Submit | (submit is a button) Answer Spelling of Login...its logen on the screen #1 Re: What type testing will be conducted at system testing? Who will conduct each test? Answer System testing is a type of Black box # 3 testing. System Testing means testing the application. After the Integration testing usually will do system testing. Functionality, Regression, and performance testing comes Under system testing.
  2. 2. Re: Tell me the scenario where severity Low and Priority High? Answer Lets take an example of quot;LOGIN # 1 APPLICATIONquot;. U r typing Correct quot;USER IDquot; and quot;PASSWORDquot; and click quot;OKquot; button it Is not going to the next page so this is a bug. This bug Has quot;LOW SEVERITYquot; and quot;HIGH PRIORITY”. If in the same Example the systems crashes or hangs then we have to Give quot;HIGH SEVERITYquot; and quot;HIGH PRIORITYquot;. Re: What are the test methodologies?? Answer Test methodology - the process in which # 2 testing activity is Determined Example: water fall model Re: In which situation or phase or any did u find that Manual testing is a must instead of Automation testing Answer If the requirements are changing # 1 continuously manual testing Is suitable than automation Once the build is stable we go to automation Re: diff between water fall model and v-model? Answer Waterfall model: # 1 In this type of model the flow is sequential starting from The planning, design, coding and after that testing is put Into effect.so the testing is after the coding only and Not before that V-Model: In this model the testing starts after business Requirements is finished and furnished And testing continues in parallel with the coding So that we can eliminate error in the earlier stage
  3. 3. Re: What are the Techniques to be followed while writing the Test Cases? Answer 1.Boundary value analysis (BVA) and # 1 2.Equilance class partition (ECP) Re: In an Text Box Expected Value is 'icici' where as actual value came up is 'icci'. Now in the Bug Report How will u rate the severity and Priority? Answer Sevirity: low # 1 Prority: high Re: when the test plan will be prepared in waterfall model? Answer After coding phase #1 Re: What is the difference between product base company and application company? If product base name few products, if service base name the few services. Answer Product based company Services #1 based Company 1) Requirements are 1) req are came from client Defined by company itself 2) If req are not available They will conduct market survey And gather req 3) It is 4 market 3) it is 4 particular person 4) Oracle is the product 4) an application Re: Write 5 best test cases for : Login screen Login ( Min 5 to max 15 ) Password ( Min 5 to max 15) alphanumeric characters ans case senstive Answer Specification- Login Screen Of Hotmail # 1 User Id-Prajakta Password-GOD12 Test Cases: 1) Go to User Id field and without entering data in that field Press quot;Enterquot; key. Expected-it should prompt message quot; Please enter 'User ID'quot; 2) Go to login screen enter quot;User Id” and without entering Passwords try to click on quot;OKquot; button. Expected-it should prompt message quot;Please enter 'Password' quot;
  4. 4. 3) Go to login screen enter quot;User Id” and enter wrong Passwords try to click on quot;OKquot; button. Expected-it should prompt message quot; Please enter Proper 'User ID' and 'Password' quot; 4) Go to Login screen enter all required data and press quot;OKquot; Button then software window will open. In that window click On quot;Backquot; button. Expected-It should go back to 'Login' screen and that Screen should not show quot;User Idquot; and quot;Passwordquot; 5) Go to login screen enter quot;User Idquot; and enter password as quot;God12quot; try to click on quot;OKquot; button. Expected-It should prompt message for wrong Password. Re: Write 5 best test cases for: Login screen Login (Min 5 to max 15 ) Password ( Min 5 to max 15) alphanumeric characters ans case senstive Answer Test case ID Description Expected #2 Actual Severity priority 1 Enter valid username with 10 characters and with Out enter password and click on “OK” Error message r: Please enter password 2 Enter password only with 6 characters and click On “OK” Error message r: please enter username 3 Enter username with special characters and enter Password with special characters and click on “OK” Please enter valid username and password without Special characters 4 Enter username with 16 characters and enter Password as 6 characters and click on “OK” Please Enter below 15 characters for username 5 Enter username as 12 characters and enter password
  5. 5. As 3 characters and click on “OK” Please enter min 5 Characters for password Re: what is traceability matrix. What is traceability template Answer Traceability matrix is nothing but mapping # 1 between Requirements and test cases to ensure that all requirements recovered Re: Tell me the scenario where severity More and Priority Low? Answer In my view there will not be that kind 0 Kris #1 of situation since The whole purpose of testing is to avoid the bugs that are Affecting the system. Therefore, priority will be definitely High when severity is high. Re: Tell me the scenario where sevirity More and Priority Low? Answer Load conditions (severity- high) # 2 ex: does not allows load(priority-high) ex: does not allow customer expected load(priority-low) Re: where do u store u'r Test cases? Answer Test cases are normally stored in # 1 repositories like 1.VSS - Test cases are written in excel sheets and stored Module by module in VSS. There will be a separate folder Allotted for test cases for every release. 2.Test director - In test director there is a separate Location PLAN TEST. Here also we can create different Folders and test set. Re: if i give some thousand tests to execute in 2 days what do u do? Answer If possible, we will automate or else, # 1 execute only the Test cases, which are mandatory. Re: what is verification and validation?
  6. 6. Answer Verification: To ensure that the s/w # 2 correctly implements The specific function. Validation: To ensure that the s/w is satisfied the Customer requirements. Re: What is Traceability matrix? Why itis used? Can u tell me the architecture of that? Answer Traceability matrix is used to map between # 1 requirements and Test cases It is used to check all requirements are covered or not? Re: What is Mean by V-Module? Answer V model is a diagram showing the map # 3 between verification And corresponding validation for the application Verification is to see that we are building the product right Validation is to see the the product build is right Re: What is meant by the bug state quot;Reproducequot; Answer Reproduce is nothing but we need to open # 1 again the bug Which we found in testing with steps what we followed to Open the bug in previous time Re: HOW TO WRITE THE SCENARIO FOR ATM MACHINE AND COFFEE MACHINE? URGENT Answer ATM machine # 1 Checking balance Withdraw cash Coffee machine Put exact change and get coffee Put money and then cancel the transaction Re: what is debugging and whitebox testing and what is the diff? Answer Debugging and white box testing goes hand # 1 in hand and Typically done by the developers. Debugging is done to verify that the program runs smoothly
  7. 7. And running program shouldn't cause any unwanted response By the machine. White box testing is nothing but running the program and Verify the actual behavior/result of the functionality with Expected result as predetermined. Re: Role of Software Test Engineer in Software Company Answer The role of a software test engineer in # 1 company is to find the defect. He/She should have quot;test-to- breakquot; attitude. He/She has to test the application taking the customer into mind. He should work hard for quality. Re: Can u test a website or a webapplication manually without using any automation tool? Answer As per my idea we can test a webapplication # 1 manually without using automation but its time consuming and might have error so to make our task easy and error free we use automations tool like Qtp Re: what is stub?Explain in testing point of view? Answer Stub is a part of Intgeration Testing # 5 Intergration Testing 1>Top down-Use stubs to test the module Stub is a dummy module replaced in order to test the main module so that we are sure that the integration between both the modules works fine 2>Bottom Up-- Use driver to test the module the test data is sent to main module thru the drivers(also called Test Harness) Re: what is 4 p's? Exact difference between testing and QA Answer Testing: # 1 It is Prodcut level activity. Here the primary principal is Validation.
  8. 8. It follows the procedure that is prepared by QA. Its principle is detecting & reporting defects. QA It is Organizational activity. Here the primary principal is Verification. It prepares the procedure that is to be followed by the development and Testing team.Its principle is preventing Defects. Re: what is Scalability,Critical Analysis Answer Scalability is nothing but max no users # 1 that the application can handle Re: what is internalization? Answer Testing related to handling foreign text # 1 and data within the program. This would include sorting, importing and exporting test and data, correct handling of currency and date and time formats, string parsing, upper and lower case handling and so forth. Re: what is the difference between test case and test scenario.Explain with example? Answer Test Case is a Step which has to be # 1 verified in order to test a Scenario. scenario is nothing but a series of testcases inorder to verify one transactional cycle. ex:Scenario: verifying that a user is able to manage his e-mail inbox such as view all messages,send a message,manage folders,logout..etc with a valid user login and password test case: is e-mail login page is displaying is the user able to login using his login id and password is he able to view his inbox is he able to delete unwanted -mails..etc
  9. 9. quot;But interviewer expects you to give examples related to your previous job.quot; Re: Diff. between STLC and SDLC? Answer STLC-Software Test Life Cycle and SDLC is # 1 whole Software Development Life Cycle Re: Can any one please tell me the exact difference between the smoke testing,sanity testing and exploratory testing? Answer Sanity testing means initial testing done # 2 to check the environment well suites for the testing process or not.. Smoke testing is similar to sanity but with some specific reason mentioning why our testing process is stopped.. Exploratory testing means testing the process without any specific plans and schedules. Re: What is Retesting? Answer Executing the same test cases on the same # 1 build but with different inputs.. Re: Give an example for high severity and low prority bug and as well as low severity and High prority Answer High Severity and Low priority #2 It is nothing but when we raise a bug though it's severity is high to fix that bug we need some money definitely we will postpone that bug so low priority another example for (High severity and low pririty) some times we get error messages system is crashing do u want to continue like quot;yesquot; OR quot;Noquot; If u press YES Application should crash if u press no application retain it's prevoius state
  10. 10. Suppoose if we press no The application is crashing if we pree Yes application retaining 2 it's previous state It is funcntionality defect(High severity) as far as developre is concerned he just replaces the funstionalities of YES and No buttons Low priority Re: what is mean by end to end testing? Answer end to end testing is nothing but system # 1 testing..testing the application starting from scratch to the end after integrated all the modules..... Re: What is the diffrence between BUILD & RELEASE ? Answer Difference number one:Builds refer to # 1 software that is still in testing, release refers to software that is usually no longer in testing. Re: At wht stage in the SDLC testing should be started? Answer TESTING START FROM THE STARTING STAGE OF # 1 SDLC THAT IS REQUIREMENT STAGE WHERE WE PERPARE SRS OR URS DOC. Re: WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO CHOOSE AUTOMATION TOOL?(IBM) Answer We use automation only for version wised # 1 projects, means if the project comes up with different versions. Once we write the scripts for one version, we can use these scripts with mulitple versions with minor changes. So the main advantage of automation is: 1. Saves the time. 2. Saves money. Re: Explain me about test scenarios? How will you write it? Answer test scenario is a series of actions that # 1 the user might
  11. 11. perform on the application or tester might plan to do. Ex: drawing money from ATM is a test scenario, similarly checking account is a scenario. Re: what r the contents in usecase? Answer Input actions & flow diagrams. usecase is # 1 prepared by testlead or senior test engineer. Re: In what basis you will write test cases? Answer I would Writed the Test cases Based on # 2 Functional Specifications and BRDs and some more test cases using the Domain knowledge Re: what r the contents in defect reporting? Answer Sl no, Bug description, Steps to reproduce, # 1 Severity, Priority, Bug Identifier name, Submitted date, Build & Assigned to. Re: If the client identified some bugs to whom did he reported? Answer He will report to the Project Manager. # 1 Project Manager will arrange a meeting with all the leads (Dev. Manager, Test Lead and Requirement Manager) then raise a Change Request and then, identify which are all the screens going to be impacted by the bug. They will take the code and correct it and send it to the Testing Team. Re: what is TRM? Answer TRM is nothing but Test Responsibility # 1 matrix. It is the matrix mapped between Development stages and Test factors. Re: How many Test Managers in Test Director? Skjha2000@rediffmail.com Answer 4 # 1 requirements manager test plan manager test lab manager defects tracking manager
  12. 12. for more details refer test director user guide Re: Main Diffrences between Test Director and Bugzilla? Answer Test Director is Test Management Tool # 1 includes(Test Plan, Running Tests and Reporting Bugs) whereas Bugzilla is Bug Reporting tool only. Re: How to fetch data from excel sheet using TEST DIRECTOR Answer there is an option in Test director advance # 1 version 8.0 in that in file menu there is import file option click on that and give the path where it is the path click on ok Re: How many scripts u use to run daily? Answer On an Average we Write n Execute only 1 or # 1 2 Automation Scripts each day. (Depends on the complexity of an Aplication). We write n execute 20 to 25 test cases manually...ie manual Testing. Re: What is driver in testing point of view? Answer Test Driver or Test Harness: A program or # 1 test tool used to Execute tests. Also known as a Test Harness. Re: What is the diff between IE and Netscape in a web testing on a login page. Answer Netscape does not support HTML code # 2 IE Can Support Re: what r the GUI Test Cases for calculator? Answer 1.check for all the buttons are available r # 1 not 2.check the screen for displaying 3.check consistency of all the buttons 3.check the spelling for the objects
  13. 13. Re: what is Application state, Base state and call state? Answer Application state: When we do any action in # 1 the application, the changed state is called as Application state. Base State: The initial state of the application just after evoked/opened. Call State: Before performing any action on the application, the state of the application what we are visualising that it will happen after doing a certain step of actions. Re: In which stage more defects found means anlaysis,design,coding,testing and maintance? Answer In Testing stage. why b'coz while we # 1 testing the product more defects will be raised by test engineers in Testing stage only. Re: what r the GUI Test Cases for calculator? Answer 1.check for all the buttons are available r # 1 not 2.check the screen for displaying 3.check consistency of all the buttons 3.check the spelling for the objects Re: what is the difference between use case and test case? Answer use case contains USER actions and System # 1 response Test case contains only user actions we dont know system response. Re: What is Impact analysis. How to do impact analysis in yr project.. Answer impact analysis means when we r doing # 1 regressing testing at that time we r checking that the bug fixes r working Properly, and by fixing these bug other components are working as per their requirements r they got disturbed.
  14. 14. Re: how will u know whether ur reported bug is accepted r rejected? Answer if the defect is rejected then dev team # 1 will give us intimate with the proper reasons through e mail or bug tracking tool if it is accepted then dev team ask 4 screen shots Re: What are the contents in quot;Requirements Traceability Matrixquot; not in quot; Test Responsibility Matrixquot;? Answer Contents of Requirements Traceability # 1 Matrix / RTM : Release Name Test Case Name High level design Low Level Design Test Case Execution Automation Execution What is the cost of quality? Answer You can say that cost of quality is the # 1 combination of Prevention Cost + Appraisal Cost + Failure Cost Re: What is quot;Visible State Transitionquot; test? Give example Answer Visible State Transition means first we # 1 check state of system and then test cases are written to test the triggers (events) that causes the system tarnsition Re: What is Test Scripts What is static testing and dyanmic testing. Explain with an example Answer Test Scripts: is used to test a particular # 1 functionality (business rule). It may consist of 1 or more Test Cases. static testing: Testing of an object without execution on a computer. (eg. review document,inspection,walk thro') simply said static means verification. dynamic testing: The process of evaluating
  15. 15. a system or component based upon its behaviour during execution (eg. functional testing, regression testing, UAT etc.,) means validation What is 'configuration management'? Configuration management covers the processes used to contro coordinate, and track: l, code, requirements, documentation, problems, change requests, designs, tools/compilers/libraries/patches, changes made to them, and who makes the changes. How is testing affected by object-oriented designs? Well-engineered object-oriented design can make it easier to trace from code to internal design to functional design to requirements. While there will be little affect on black box testing (where an understanding of the internal design of the applicat on is unnecessary), i white-box testing can be oriented to the application's objects. If the application was well- designed this can simplify test design. Re: Is automated testing better than manual testing. If so, why Answer Automated testing and manual testing have # 1 advantages as Well as disadvantages Advantages: It increases the efficiency of testing process Speed in process Reliable Flexible Disadvantages Tools should have compatibility with our developement or deployment tools needs lot of time initially If the requirements are changing continuously Automation is Not suitable Manual: If the requirements are changing continuously Manual is suitable Once the build is stable with manual testing then only we go 4 automation Disdavantages: It needs lot of time
  16. 16. We can not do some type of testing manually E.g Performanence Re: If you have an application to test and there are no requirement specs, no test cases, no documents, you don’t know even the functionality then how would you perform testing? Answer Simply says Ad hoc testing. Without knowing # 1 the Functionality, without following any sequence,---doing the Testing called Ad hoc testing. Re: In an Testing interview the following question asked. Who will write use cases? Answer Use Cases are prepared by the Business # 2 Development Team only Re: Will you write a test plan in all phases? Answer No., testplan will be written only once and # 2 ideally needs to be updates with every change in the project! Re: what r the contents in use case? Answer Input actions & flow diagrams #1 Re: what r the contents in defect reporting? Answer Sl no, Bug description, Steps to reproduce, # 1 Severity, Priority, Bug Identifier name, Submitted date, Build & Assigned to. Re: what is the goal of system testing? This is the last stage of testing at offshore, which covers both Functional and non-functional testing. Re: In what basis you will write test cases? Answer I would Write the Test cases Based on # 2 Functional Specifications and BRDs and
  17. 17. Some more test cases using the Domain knowledge. Re: Overall what percentage of positive and negative test cases would you write? Answer That depends on the screen. Most of the # 1 times, I will verify for the -ve test conditions. Re: what is thee diff between functionality testing and blockbox testing? Answer Functional Testing is the major part of # 2 Black box testing in which the functionality of the AUT should be tested. Where as Black Box Testing means testing the application based on its performance with out concerning its internal design. Re: What is Test Server? Answer test Server is nothing but the place where # 1 the developers put their development modules, which are accessed by the testers to test the functionality (SoftBase). Re: what is test log? tell the process? Answer A test log is nothing but, what are the # 1 test cases we r executed, in what order we executed, who executed that test cases and what is the status of the test case(pass/fail). Re: Did you write test cases of design phase? Answer Yes We can write test cases at the design # 1 phase At the time of designing we should be ready with test cases Re: What are the main key components in Web applications and client and
  18. 18. Server applications? (differences) Answer For Web Applications: Web application can # 1 be implemented using any kind of technology like Java, .NET, VB, ASP, CGI& PERL. Based on the technology,We can derive the components. Let's take Java Web Application. It can be implemented in 3 tier architecture. Presentation tier (jsp, html, dthml, servlets, struts). Busienss Tier (Java Beans, EJB, JMS) Data Tier(Databases like Oracle, SQL Server etc., ) If you take .NET Application, Presentation (ASP, HTML, DHTML), Business Tier(DLL) & Data Tier ( Database like Oracle, SQL Server etc.,) Client Server Applications: It will have only 2 tiers. One is Presentation (Java, Swing) and Data Tier (Oracle, SQL Server). If it is client Server architecture, The entire application has to be installed on the client machine. When ever you do any changes in your code, Again, It has to be installed on all the client machines. Where as in Web Applications, Core Application will reside on the server and client can be thin Client(broswer). Whatever the changes you do, You have to install the application in the server. NO need to worry about the clients.Because, You will not install any thing on the client machine. Re: Does functional testing comes under Black box or white box testing? Answer Functional Testing comes under Black Box # 2 testing. Because tester does not know about the internal details of the program. Based up on the test cases he will test.
  19. 19. Re: At what phase tester role starts? It is based on SDLC if it is v-model testers work starts after receiving FRS and if it is waterfall model testers work will be after coding phase. Re: Explain me about test scenarios? How will you write it? Answer test scenario is a series of actions that # 1 the user might perform on the application or tester might plan to do. Ex: drawing money from ATM is a test scenario, similarly checking account is a scenario. Re: If the client identified some bugs to whom did he report? Answer He will report to the Project Manager. # 1 Project Manager will arrange a meeting with all the leads (Dev. Manager, Test Lead and Requirement Manager) then raise a Change Request and then, identify which are all the screens going to be impacted by the bug. They will take the code and correct it and send it to the Testing Team. Re: Explain ETVX concept? Answer E- Entry Criteria # 1 T- Task V- Validation X- Exit Criteria ENTRY CRITERIA: Input with 'condition' attached. e.g. Approved SRS document is the entry criteria for the design phase TASK: Procedures. e.g. Preparation of HLD,LLD etc. VALIDATION: Building quality & Verification activities e.g. Technical reviews EXIT CRITERIA: Output with 'condition' attached. e.g. Approved design document
  20. 20. It is important to follow ETVX concept for all phases in SDLC. Re: What do u do if the bug that u found is not accepted by the developer and he is saying its not reproducable. Note: The developer is in the onsite location Answer Sometimes bug is not reproducible it is # 2 becoz of different environment suppose dev team using other environment and u r using different environment at this situation there is chance of bug not reproducing. at this situtation plz check the environment in the base lione documents that is functional documents if the environment which we r using is correct we will raise it as defect We will take screen shots and sends them with test procedure also Re: What is the diff between Functional and regression testing and do u execute same test case or write new one for regression Answer During functional Testing if we found any # 1 defect we report bug to dev team b they will fix and resolve the bug and modified build to us We will execute some of that test cases or total test cases Which we executed previously while in funnctional testing we will do many more not only regression buy also retesting n some other Re: How many scripts u use to run daily? Answer On an Average we Write n Execute only 1 or # 1 2 Automation Scripts each day.(depends on the complexity of an aplication).
  21. 21. We write n execute 20 to 25 test cases manually...ie manual testing. Re: How did u perform regression testing what r the steps involved? Answer First of all sir, U must know whats # 1 Regression Testing is (RT): It is the testing done on a module when its modified. Some times RT is done using Automation Tools. RT is of 3 kinds : Unit : Testing is done only on that part where the module is modified. Regional : Testing is done on those parts inan application whereever the changes made in the module gets affected.the modified modeule is also tested. Full: the whole application is tested. Re: What is the diff between IE and netscape in a web testing on a login page. Answer Netscape doesn’t recognize ENTER key #1 Re: What is White Box testing and who is responsible for white box testing? Answer Testing the application with the knowledge # 1 of the internal Structure..it comes under white box testing..In General Developers are responsible for white box testing? Re: What are the Techniques to be followed while writing the Test Cases? Answer 1.Boundary value analysis(BVA)and # 1 2.Equilance class partition(ECP) Re: what is change management and change request Answer change request is nothing but either it is # 1 a missed defect or enhancement request 4 future expansion
  22. 22. it is recieved in Maintanace phase Change management is nothing but when a change is Performed comparing the changes and in which change we got defect Re: how u can do integration testing and what r the approaches u need to follow? Answer The integration Testing is doing for # 1 integrated modules. So first of all we required an integrated application to do the integration testing. Here we have to check wether the integrated modules are working properly or not. This can be do through the integration test cases. For example Creating a user account and login to the system are two modules. Here u can see the Create User is a module and Login user Is another module. So First we create a user then with the new username and password we logon to the system. If it is working as per the expectation then the test is pass. Is it Clear? Re: what type of review process u r following in u'r company? Answer I think there are three types of review # 2 process followed in a company 1. SRS based review 2. BRS based review 3. TRM based review Re: what is exact meaning of SNAP SHOT.how and when it will be taken Answer In the field of testing. Snap shot is the # 2 picturezation of the error in your screen. When ever you write and test case and excute it.You may same defect or a
  23. 23. message pops up on the screen.During that time just press the print screen key in your key board and then save it as a bitmap image. Then when you report a defect in a TOOL just attach the file so that the developer can get some idea of the image which you picturize in your computer screen when you are exiquting the test case. Re: What is Six sigma ?Expain. Answer Six Sigma means a measure of quality that # 1 strives for near perfection. Six Sigma is a disciplined, data-driven approach and methodology for eliminating defects (driving towards six standard deviations between the mean and the nearest specification limit) in any process -- from manufacturing to transactional and from product to service. Re: what is the difference between test case and test scenario.Explain with example? Answer Test Case is a Step which has to be # 1 verified in order to test a Scenario. scenario is nothing but a series of testcases inorder to verify one transactional cycle. ex:Scenario: verifying that a user is able to manage his e-mail inbox such as view all messages,send a message,manage folders,logout..etc with a valid user login and password test case: is e-mail login page is displaying is the user able to login using his login id and password is he able to view his inbox is he able to delete unwanted -mails..etc quot;But interviewer expects you to give
  24. 24. examples related to your previous job.quot;

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