Testing frameworks in Python

Posted by VISITOR on Apr 12, 2004 7:15 AM EDT
IBM developerWorks; By David Mertz, Ph.D.
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In this installment, David looks at Python's two standard modules for unit testing: unittest and doctest. These modules expand on the capability of the built-in assert statement, which is used for validation of pre-conditions and post-conditions within functions. David discusses the best ways to incorporate testing into Python development, weighing the advantages of different styles for different types of projects.

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