[Tutor] programming exercise in Python
alan.gauld at freenet.co.uk
Wed Aug 9 22:45:52 CEST 2006
> it's much more useful to write out the complete test case without
> preconceptions, without the aid of the code you're trying to test.
> This works because:
> * Writing out the test cases first can help in writing the
> real function.
> Those test cases act as documentation that other people can look at.
Can I echo that.
After I saw your test output I immediately understood how the
function was supposed to work. If you could have posted that
sample input/output data along with the spec before writing
the code we could have been much more helpful - I think... ;-)
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