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Java Unit Testing in Java How to Test JUnit basics

Statically importing methods makes them available in the namespace. Please fill in the blank for the missing keyword tha

Statically importing methods makes them available in the namespace. Please fill in the blank for the missing keyword that will allow me to statically import the static method fail off the Assert class:

import org.junit.Assert.fail;

// Note how I can use it in the namespace without needing to prefix it like Assert.fail() fail();

1 Answer

Roland Kalmogo
Roland Kalmogo
25,657 Points

Hello,

just put static in the placeholder.

Static imports let you use static methods without having to prefix them with the class name.