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When you run JUnit tests in Gradle and out the tree, it tells you the number of tests and containers. It took me a little time to figure out what the containers meant (even after googling.) So I blogged about it. Hope this helps the SEO for the next person who wonders the same!

[ 20 containers found ]
[ 0 containers skipped ]
[ 20 containers started ]
[ 0 containers aborted ]
[ 20 containers successful ]

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