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I claim that isn't enough.

If you bring in your car in, would you be satisfied if they just tested the battery, the steering, the transmission, etc, but never actually tried to drive the car and see if it runs? All individual components of you car may work according to the spec, but if they aren't connected correctly, you will still have to walk.

Heck, for complete products, I'd say testing the final product is way more important than any unit testing.


In reply to Re^2: How do you test end-user scripts? by JavaFan
in thread How do you test end-user scripts? by Anonymous Monk

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