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Diallo West15,069 Points
I'm having a very difficult time understanding testing and how to apply it to my code.
This is some of the code I have for the work log w/database project.
I don't get how to test any of these. I've looked at mock testing, patching and side_effects yet I don't seem to understand how to test what I want my functions to do if they don't fit into an operation ie. x > y or x=y. Please help. I don't have access to slack while at work.
def save_entry(entry): """Entry saved in database""" clear() Entry.create(**entry) print("Entry saved!") return entry
def edit_entry(index, entries): """Edit an entry""" clear() entry = entries[index] print('Edit Entry\n') single_entry(entry) print('\n[T]ask name\n[D]ate\nTime [S]pent\n[N]otes') sel = input('\nChoose an option to edit').lower().strip() while Ture: clear() if sel == 't': edit = edit_task(entry) return edit elif sel == 'd': edit = edit_date(entry) return edit elif sel == 's': edit = edit_time(entry) return edit elif sel == 'n': edit = edit_notes(entry) return edit else: input('Please make a valid selection. Press ENTER. \n')