I've not seen JUnit done with annotations. The traditional convention is that you make a class that parallels the class name to be tested and name it "classnameTest", using the original class name as the value of "classname" and making it a subclass of a JUnit base class. Then Eclipse can run it via a right-click menu option.
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pardon my ignorance, pls @ Jeanne Boyarsky why do you consider that code an unit test? because of the @test anotation?? ty
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