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Up and running in automated testing - pointers pls

 
Al Pearson
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I've been working in Java for just a few weeks and have resolved my testing so far by means of visually checking System.out.println output.
This is tiresome, and while I recognize the need for a more elegant approach, I wonder what learning route I should take from here. Is this book appropriate for my expertise level? If not, I'd be grateful if you could suggest where I could go (links, resources) from here.
thanks in advance,
Alan
 
Guillaume Compagnon
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just one word
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JUNIT
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JUNIT page
for designing recursive unit test with at the end of project ... the possibility of making non-regression tests.
 
Doug Wang
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Hi Alan,
I'd like to recommend this cool introductory article about Ant and JUnit addressing your bother.
 
Ilja Preuss
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There is a good german book about unit testing in java, which they are currently translating to english: http://www.dpunkt.de/buecher/3-89864-150-3.html
Also, Kent Beck is discussing his draft of his newest book about test driven development here: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/testdrivendevelopment/
Regards, Ilja
[ March 12, 2002: Message edited by: Ilja Preuss ]
 
Wilfried LAURENT
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Hi Alan,
You can find the original article for JUnit at
this address.
W.
[ March 12, 2002: Message edited by: Wilfried LAURENT ]
 
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