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Hi guys can you provide me some junit examples link and a good junit book with the latest release of junit covered? please
 
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The junit cookbook is pretty good.

http://junit.sourceforge.net/

Most of my use is to use the JUnit 1.4 annotations, which works on any method, such as maybe one in your class, instead of needing to create a separate class that extends their test case, for example.

 
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"Test Driven" uses JUnit 4. Not the very latest version of course, but that only matters for advanced features. The absolute latest hasn't been published yet. "JUnit in Action" second edition is likely more recent. It prints in April and is available for PDF purchase now. Of course, it won't be the latest once it prints.
 
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