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Unit Testing Frameworks

by martin on September 9th, 2010

A unit test is a white-box testing technique that a developer performs. White-box means that you write the tests with knowledge of the implementation of the API. There are many frameworks out there that help you write, maintain, and run unit tests for your code. Most of these are based upon the J-Unit style of unit testing. Wikipedia offers a good categorization of unit test frameworks that are available for C and C++. See:

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