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How do I launch a debugger when a test fails?

Why not just use a debugger?

Why not just use System.out.println()?

How do I organize all test classes in a TestSuite automatically and not use or manage a TestSuite explicitly?

Why do I get a LinkageError when using XML interfaces in my test?

How do I pass command-line arguments to a test execution?

How do I use Ant to create HTML test reports?

How do I run JUnit using Ant?

How do I run JUnit from my command window?

What CLASSPATH settings are needed to run JUnit?

How can I run setUp() and tearDown() code once for all of my tests?

Where should I put my test files?

When are tests garbage collected?

Is there a basic template I can use to create a test?

Do I need to write a test class for every class I need to test?

In Java 1.4, assert is a keyword. Won't this conflict with JUnit's assert() method?

Under what conditions should I not test get() and set() methods?

How do I test a method that doesn't return anything?

How do I write and run a simple JUnit test?

What is JUnit?

Writing and testing JUnit Method

Downloading and installing JUnit 4.3.1

JUnit and its benefits,Features

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