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Unit testing is a method by which individual units of source code are tested to determine if they are fit for use. A unit is the smallest testable part of an application.

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The objective is to resolve conflicts between components being integrated. Those kind of conflicts cannot be found during unit tests. The example of dishwasher of @user246 is very illustrative here. …
answered Feb 8 '12 by dzieciou
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In addition to the great answer of tugo I would say that unit testing can help QA/SDET (however you call them) in verifying test tools s/he creates. For instance, if I create a testing library for mo …
answered Feb 24 by dzieciou
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Unit tests are better at isolating root causes of failures (as Peter Masiar pointed out in his answer). They are also more reliable and faster comparing to end-to-end tests. Mike Waker from Google exp …
answered Jun 30 '17 by dzieciou
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See definition of palindrom and think about boundary cases. For instance: What happens to white spaces, and punctuation marks when comparing input with its reversed form? Are they ignored or maybe …
answered Jul 29 '12 by dzieciou