Unit testing is a software development practice that helps to find and prevent bugs in the code. It is done by testing individual units of source code, such as functions, classes, modules, and packages.
Unit Testing Benefits:
Identifying bugs and defects
Reduces time spent debugging
Easier to maintain code
Unit tests are used to test the smallest part of a software application. The goal is to isolate and identify errors in a specific unit or function so that they can be fixed before they propagate.
Unit tests are a type of test that checks one or more units of code to make sure they are working properly. They can be written with the help of a unit testing framework such as JUnit, Junit, and NUnit.
Unit tests can be written by hand, but this can be time-consuming and tedious work. Automating unit tests with an automated tool like Selenium makes it easier for developers to focus on their work rather than writing complex scripts manually.
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