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I am currently working on running junit tests in Evosuite. Whenever I execute a test case, the structural coverage is not 100%, but around 90% or 85%. Is there a better way to know which structural units are not covered by the evosuite? Here I am sharing a screenshot of the output as given by evosuite.

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You can provide any relevant info on how to know which strucutural units of the source code were not covered? Any tool which may help to detect such behavior can also be specified?

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It is quite hard—and most of the time not worth the effort—to reach 100% code coverage, especially for a test generator.

However, you could use a tool such as EclEmma to run your generated test suites and then see which parts of the code are not covered. You will get a report similar to this:

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