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Unit testing structure for modular application

 
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I'm wondering how usually effective unit testing is being structured? Especially when it comes to modular application.
 
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I'm not sure what you are asking about. Can you be more specific about your doubts?
 
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Hi, sorry im quite new to unit testing. Or perhaps some guidelines or thread which i can get started on a unit testing framework?

Ilja Preuss wrote:I'm not sure what you are asking about. Can you be more specific about your doubts?

 
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In that case I'd suggest to look into JUnit as a testing framework, and Test Driven Development as an approach to unit testing.
 
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