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.NET Framework Unit testing

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Adding MSTest unit testing project to an existing solution[edit | edit source]

  • Right click on the solution, Add new project
  • From the Test section, select an Unit Test Project
  • Pick a name for the assembly - if you are testing project Foo, the name can be Foo.Tests
  • Add a reference to the tested project in the unit test project references

Creating a sample test method[edit | edit source]

MSTest (the default testing framework) requires you to have your test classes decorated by a [TestClass] attribute, and the test methods with a [TestMethod] attribute, and to be public.

[TestClass]
public class FizzBuzzFixture
{
    [TestMethod]
    public void Test1()
    {
        //arrange
        var solver = new FizzBuzzSolver();
        //act
        var result = solver.FizzBuzz(1);
        //assert
        Assert.AreEqual("1",result);
    }
}

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