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how to create a test class.pls help me

Posted 28-Nov-11 2:07am
Mark Nischalke 28-Nov-11 8:16am
You need to give more details. We are not sitting next to you. Fully explain what your situation is, what you would like to accomplish and what you have already tried and any errors or problems you have encountered.
CPallini 28-Nov-11 8:27am
It really depends on what you are testing. For instance, if you are testing nuclear bombs then you should really build a concrete, very thick, test class.

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You may want to try this walktrough: Creating and Running Unit Tests[^] it is part of Verifying Code by Using Unit Tests[^] on MSDN.

Studying the information presented there should give you a pretty good idea of how to do Unit Testing, if indeed that was what you are after anyhow.



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