The Pairwise Independent Combinatorial Testing tool (PICT) can help you efficiently design test cases and test configurations for software systems. With PICT, you can generate tests that are more effective than manually generated tests and create them in a fraction of the time required by hands-on test case design. PICT generates a compact set of parameter value choices that represent the test cases you should use to get comprehensive combinatorial coverage of your parameters.
Note: Conditional constraints allow you to specify limitations on the domain functionality.
PICT runs as a command line tool. You prepare a model file detailing the parameters of the interface (or set of configurations, or data) you want to test. PICT generates a compact set of parameter value choices that represent the test cases.
Unzip the attached file and double click on .msi file
Follow simple steps to install
After installation, open a help file from the following location C:/Program Files/PICT/PICTHelp.htm to understand the options and usage
How to run from command line: C:\YourFolder> pict.exe DDMMYYYY.txt > DDMMYYYY.xls
Tool and sample examples are given below for your reference: (Copy the sample txt files in PICT folder and run each txt file from command prompt as per steps mentioned above.)