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So the moral of the story is coder need to check his code properly, right ?

 
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What the heck, it's late on Friday. Plus, this is the intermediate group.

I want to emphasise for all weekend coders of Novice, Beginner and Intermediate Levels.

Within reason, you cannot check your code too much. Often a problem can be coded by figuring out what test it would have to fail to provide much needed design motion when you are stuck.

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Testing is very important in any real project. In the projects I work on, we often use JUnit or TestNG (which is a kind of enhanced version of JUnit) to do automatic tests.
 
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