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Posted 6 Oct 2008

How to use the new AAA syntax in Rhino Mocks 3.5 with VB.Net

, 6 Oct 2008
An article on how to use the new AAA (Arrange, Act and Assert) syntax using VB.Net. And the difference between the new and the old syntax.


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Software Developer (Senior) NICC
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I am a forensic technician who does some programming on the side. So I spend 75% of my time programming so that my collegues have to do less work Wink | ;-) .

I use VB.Net and C# with SQL-server as the database.
I try to use DDD and TDD techniques whenever possible.

You can find me and a lot of other professionals at LesstThanDot. Where I also host my blog.

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