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By Jeff Langr

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A Simple Test To represent the initial need to capture student information, start by creating a class that will act as your test case. java in this directory. For the time being, you will save, compile, and execute code out of this single directory. Type the following code into your editor: [1] The instructions in this lesson are geared toward command-line use of Java. " If you are prompted for any package name, do not enter anything. java. java define a class named StudentTest. Everything that comes between the opening and closing braces ({and }) is part of the definition of StudentTest.

Beyond that commonality, you can specialize doors: There are automatic doors, elevator doors, bank vault doors, and so on. These are all still doors that open and close, but they each provide a bit of additional specialized behavior. In your security system, you have the common Door class that specifies secure and release behavior and allows each Door object to store a location. However, you must also support specialty doors that provide additional behaviors and attributes. An AlarmDoor provides the ability to trigger an audible alarm when activated and is also able to operate as a secure door.

TestCase { public void testCreate() { } } The new second and third lines define a method within the StudentTest class: public void testCreate() { } A method is a block of code that will contain any number of code statements. Like the class declaration, Java uses braces to delineate where the method starts and where it ends. All code that appears between method braces belongs to the method. The method in this example is named testCreate. It is designated as being public, another requirement of the JUnit testing framework.

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