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Help for eclipse

azim sain

Joined: Jul 20, 2012
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How do i use eclipse for testing
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Eclipse is an IDE not a testing tool. While Eclipse has a built in debugger, it isn't a test tool. Eclipse is just a way to run your application and or tests.

First you need to decide if you want to do manual testing or automated testing. Starting with JUnit for automated testing is a good idea. You write your first JUnit test and then use Eclipse to run it.

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