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Test-Driven Java Development - Second Edition by Viktor Farcic, Alex Garcia

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The @Test(expectedExceptions = SomeClass.class) annotation argument

This is the case where JUnit has the advantage. While both provide the same way to specify the expected exception (in the case of JUnit, the argument is called simply expected), JUnit introduces rules that are a more elegant way to test exceptions (we already worked with them in Chapter 2, Tools, Frameworks, and Environment).

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