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Question/Topic: What is the largest number of tests you have created/generated for a single project you have worked on?

  • Test??? There's a test?!? Oh.*I didn't study!!!
  • Tests? What do you mean 'tests'?
  • Tests? I don't need no stinkin' tests-my code is flawless, you insensitive clod!
  • I'm afraid I haven't gotten into testing (yet).
  • I've forgotten.
  • I lost count.
  • I used 'no_plan' so I didn't have to count them.
  • 0.
  • Between 1e0 and (1e1 - 1).
  • Between 1e1 and (1e2 - 1).
  • Between 1e2 and (1e3 - 1).
  • Between 1e3 and (1e4 - 1).
  • Between 1e4 and (1e5 - 1).
  • Between 1e5 and (1e6 - 1).
  • Between 1e6 and (1e7 - 1).
  • Between 1e7 and (1e8 - 1).
  • Between 1e8 and (1e9 - 1).
  • More than 1e9.
  • Someone else (CowboyNeal, paco, NodeReaper, etc.) lost a bet, and paid up by writing the tests for me.

In reply to Re: poll ideas quest 2010 by atcroft
in thread poll ideas quest 2010 by pollsters

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