Python unit tests.

alessiogiovanni.baroni at alessiogiovanni.baroni at
Thu Apr 16 15:43:57 CEST 2009

On 15 Apr, 16:18, s... at wrote:
>     > how do I read the info at For
>     > example, in,
>     > the count field, what it means?
> Most likely it's the number of times that line was executed.  Strong support
> for that comes from the fact that the lines with a count of 0 are
> highlighted, implying they weren't executed at all.
> --
> Skip Montanaro - s... at -
>         "XML sucks, dictionaries rock" - Dave Beazley

Yes, I thinked to number of times. However, I ask the question because
( ) says to consider
to contributing unit tests, and I asked how to interpret it.


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