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NetBeans IDE: Java: Testing with JUnit
NetBeans IDE: Java: Testing with JUnit

JUnit comes integrated with Eclipse, NetBeans and IntelliJ. You can write the JUnit tests manually, but these IDEs make it much easier. This example is using the NetBeans IDE. We start by adding a new project. Next, we will walk through the steps to create a unit test using the JUnit framework. After the unit test is created, we will run it successfully and then purposely introduce an error.

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Development Tools Developer Programming Languages Java

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