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JUnit is a simple framework to write repeatable tests. It is an instance of the xUnit architecture for unit testing frameworks. You need to have a JDK installed and a text editor. (In general it is recommended to use a build tool for building your software and running the tests.). JUnit features include assertions for testing expected results, test fixtures for sharing common test data, test runners for running tests. JUnit was originally written by Erich Gamma and Kent Beck. JUnit is Open Source Software, released under the Eclipse Public License Version 1.0. JUnit celebrates programmers testing their own software. In this spirit, bugs, patches, and feature requests that include JUnit tests have a better chance of being addressed than those without.
- JUnit 4 allows you to write repeatable tests
- Run the test from the command line. On Linux, MacOS, or Windows
- JUnit tells you which test failed (evaluatesExpression(CalculatorTest)) and what went wrong
- Modify Calculator.java in order to get a failing test
- The Java compiler creates a file Calculator.class
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