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Java Unit Testing in Java Why Test? Composition vs. Inheritance

Theodore Ravindranath
Theodore Ravindranath
41 Points

Question 1 seems wrong. You dont have to implement all. You just have to test all, even the ones that u didnt implement

Question 1 seems wrong. You dont have to implement all. You just have to test all, even the ones that u didnt implement

be more specific ??

Theodore Ravindranath
Theodore Ravindranath
41 Points

@Fernando martinez Thanks for your reply.

I found this earlier post which has phrased the problem more clearly. https://teamtreehouse.com/community/do-i-really-have-to-implement-all-methods-from-the-parent-class

I have myself just now added an answer to that question. Could you check those out and share your thoughts?

Thanks.