unit testing

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unit testing

(testing)
The type of testing where a developer (usually the one who wrote the code) proves that a code module (the "unit") meets its requirements.
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Comprehensive automated software testing and code analysis for a broad range of military and aerospace, telecommunications, transportation, power and medical applications is provided through the LDRA tool suite, which covers the full software development lifecycle, including requirements traceability and programming standards checking, such as MISRA-C:2004, MISRA C++:2008, JSF++ AV and CERT C, along with code coverage, structural coverage analysis up to DO-178B Level A, automated unit testing and test verification.
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dbForge Unit Test for SQL Server is a GUI for implementing automated unit testing in SQL Server Management Studio.
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Support for Java will be first introduced into the LDRA tool suite via LDRA Testbed, LDRA's static and dynamic analysis engine, TBrun, the automated unit testing engine, and TBvision, the management and reporting module.

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