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Python Testing Beginner's Guide by Daniel Arbuckle

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Time for action - what are you going to do?

It's time for you to come up with a project of your own, something that you can work on by yourself; we step through the development process:

  1. Think of a project of approximately the same complexity as the one described in this chapter. It should be a single module or a few modules in a single package.
  2. Imagine that the project is already done, and you need to write a description of what you've done, along with a little bit of demonstration code. Then go ahead and write your description and demo code in the form of a doctest file.
  3. As you're writing the doctest file, look out for places where your original idea has to change a little bit to make the demo easier to write, or work better. When you find such ...

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