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#ActualPragmaOnce

Posted 12 July 2013 - 04:03 PM

Hey guys.

 

So a lot of the blogs/tutorials that I have been reading refer to unit testing a lot. It will say that a certain approach makes it easier for unit testing etc.. I did take a glance at the Wikipedia page but it's too much new information for me to solidly grasp. I'm still in high school so I have yet to learn the jargon/glossary associated with a Computer Science course.

 

So I was wondering if one of you could explain it to me in simpler terms and perhaps a basic implementation of how it is used and why you would use it. 

 

Thank you.


#1PragmaOnce

Posted 12 July 2013 - 04:02 PM

Hey guys.

 

So a lot of the blogs/tutorials that I have been reading refer to unit testing a lot. It will say that a certain approach makes it easier for unit testing etc.. I did take a glance at the Wikipedia page but it's too much new information for me to solidly understand what it means. I'm still in high school so I have yet to learn the jargon/glossary associated with a Computer Science course.

 

So I was wondering if one of you could explain it to me in simpler terms and perhaps a basic implementation of how it is used and why you would use it. 

 

Thank you.


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