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nitss bhavsar
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Can anybody tell me which is the best book for junit framework for beginner.?
Bill Gorder

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The only half way recent book I found upon a quick search was Junit In Action

But aside from that you really don't need a book to learn the basics.

start here

Then search on google for 'JUnit tutorials' and post here if you have a problem.

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Jeanne Boyarsky
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"Test Driven" is good for beginners too.

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nitss bhavsar
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I agree. Here's the link:
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