September 2008 Entries

Unit testing value tests - Automate repeated tests
It is generally considered a good thing to use unit tests these days. Often it is necessary to test a method which takes some complex type. So in the unit testing one has to painstakingly manufacture such object, and pass it in. Before doing so, you would (should!) ensure the complex type itself produces an identity - that is to say that if you create an instance of type MyClass and assign / construct it with proper values your should "get back" what you gave it. This is especially true for object ......

Posted On Tuesday, September 23, 2008 7:42 AM | Comments (1)