What is Unit Testing?

Unit testing is a type of testing in which individual software units or functions are tested. A unit is the smallest testable component of a program. It primarily takes one or a few inputs and outputs a single output. In procedural programming, a unit known as an individual program is used, whereas object-oriented programming languages include Base/Superclass, abstract class, and Derived/Child class. In Unit Testing, frameworks, drivers, stubs, and…

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