Wall Clock Test Case Template: In this article, we are going to discuss how to write a test case for a wall clock. In the old posts of Software Testingo, we have discussed various test cases. So let’s take a look at the test scenario & various test cases of the wall clock.
Test Scenario Wall Clock
- The numbers read 1 through 12
- The numbers are presented in a clockwise manner
- All numbers are legible from a reasonable distance
- All numbers are located along the outside of the clock’s surface
- All numbers are equidistant from one another
- Each number is at its proper location (ex: 3 is at 90 degrees)
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- The hour and minute hands are visible from a reasonable distance
- The minute tick marks are legible from a reasonable distance
- Sizes of numbers, tick marks, hour and minute hands are relatively congruent
- Inserting the battery is easy and intuitive
- Removing the battery is easy and intuitive
- Inserting a fresh battery causes the clock to mark time
- Clock reports time with reasonable accuracy after 3, 6, 12, and 24 hours
- Changing the time is easy and intuitive
- Hanging the clock on a wall is relatively easy to do
- An encasement protects all moving parts
- The watch has company branding per spec
- The clock has a reasonable battery life
- Check whether all the digits are clear and big visible from vision distance.
- Check digits color should not match with the color of the clock background.
- To check if the clock is placed on any wall also it should work
- To check the time is shown clearly and correctly
- To check the clock is flexible to stick in the wall
If you found any test cases which we missed, then you can comment in the comment box. so that we can update this post.