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Question: What are the virtual objects and how do you learn them?

Answer: You can teach WinRunner to recognize any bitmap in a window as a GUI object by defining the bitmap as a virtual object.
You can create virtual push buttons, radio buttons, check buttons, lists, or tables, according to the bitmap?s behavior in your application. If none of these is suitable, you can map a virtual object to the general object class.



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You can teach WinRunner to recognize any bitmap in a window as a GUI object by defining the bitmap as a virtual object.
You can create virtual push buttons, radio buttons, check buttons, lists, or tables, according to the bitmap?s behavior in your application. If none of these is suitable, you can map a virtual object to the general object class. Source: CoolInterview.com



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