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I am looking for source code that is covered in this book. I am not able to find it on the addison-wesley site.

Any pointers will be helpful.
 
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I don't think there is any source like that - most of the time the book only discusses code snippets.

You can download JUnit from here.

You can find lots of related material on the refactoring web site.

The source code for the companion book Refactoring Workbook (amazon US) by William Wake can be found here.
 
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