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JUnit testing void methods

 
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Hello,

How can I write JUnit test cases for the Class below?

I put something together quickly, but that's basically the skeleton for the program i'm going to write...


I'm still fairly new to JUnit

 
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Hello,

Your findCar() method must return something, should not be void.
Since you fix this, the class could be tested with code like that:




You can create similar tests for other methods.
Repeating code, like creating new instance of ParkingLot could be moved to separate method annotated with @Before
 
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