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Amandeep Singh
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hello,

I am newbie to Junit. can you suggest me which path should i follow to learn Junit, so that i can be effective in using it.


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I recommend starting with a book. "Pragmatic Unit Testing" is good if you want a short book that covers testing basic Java. "Test Driven" is good if you want a longer book that covers how to test code with dependencies.


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