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C# Unit Testing in C# Test Driven Development Red

Daniel Hildreth
Daniel Hildreth
16,170 Points

Difference between run and debug tests

In the Unit Testing course with C#, sometimes Run tests is called, where as other times the Debug tests is called. What is the difference between these two methods, and when would you want to use one over the other?

1 Answer

luke hammer
luke hammer
25,512 Points

it's the same as running your main project.

Run Test simply runs the test and return results

Debug Test with cause the action to stop when it hits breakpoints.