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Re: Unit Testing without tools
Traditionally, the basic "tool" for unit testing has been the debugger that comes with your compiler. If you do not have a debugger, you really, really should get one.
I'm not sure how you would go about doing code coverage without a tool of some sort. On a very small program you could run it with the debugger, stepping through the code a line at a time and manually keeping a record of what lines have been hit; but that would be an incredible waste of time, I would think.
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Unit Testing without tools
I want some help regarding how to do Unit Testing if no unit test tool is available.Also how could be code coverage done without a unit test tool.