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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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* Unit Testing - Create and run unit tests, regress tests; automate stub creation; cope with code changes; run a white box test; maintain and document unit tests.
Unit testing, on the other hand, is testing that each part, even the smallest unit will correspond with the defined documentation and APIs.
Table 1 show some assert statements they used in their study, where the first column of Table 1 denotes the assert statements for unit testing, and the second column of Table 1 provides a description of each assert statement.
He covers getting started with your development environment, basic data types and operators, functions, flow of control, working with multiple files, unit testing, using C++ classes, user-defined types, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
It offers QA services that include functional/regression, test automation, performance, compatibility, security, installation, and unit testing services, as well as QA validation.
The type of problems expected here are quite different to what automation and unit testing can discern.
Unit testing, integration testing, and system testing need to be completed to make sure each part works, that the parts work together, and that the system works as a whole.
An overview of unit testing follows, broken down into analyses of specific perspectives: boundary values, paths, decisions.
Unit testing can be used to ensure that each section (or unit) of the code functions correctly in isolation.
Unit testing involves testing the smallest possible unit of a programme code.
It s becoming quite common for developers to perform static analysis and unit testing on the code, deploy it locally, then want to immediately start sending messages to it and checking that it responds correctly, explained Adam Kolawa, Parasoft CEO.
Other topics include how to use IronRuby and .NET with WPF, ASP.NET MVC, Ruby on Rails, Silverlight and other frameworks and technologies; detailed coverage of unit testing; and cutting-edge techniques for extending IronRuby with C# or VB.NET.