What sort of testing is involved in functional testing?

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What sort of testing is involved in functional testing?
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The following types of testing are involved in functional testing:

  • Mainline functions:  Testing the main functions of an application
  • Basic Usability: It involves basic usability testing of the system. It checks whether a user can freely navigate through the screens without any difficulties.
  • Accessibility:  Checks the accessibility of the system for the user
  • Error Conditions: Usage of testing techniques to check for error conditions.  It checks whether suitable error messages are displayed.
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