Subject: hw5 test cases clarification
From: John Sung (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Feb 20 2002 - 17:25:07 EST
Test your functions on three different A-objects using
This implies that you only need to have 3 different A
objects, i.e. 3 different object graphs rooted at some
A object. So, it shouldn't be too hard to create 3
different object graphs using the constructor method.
But for from a testing point of view, only one test
case that exercises all the paths for the traversal
will be sufficient. You don't really gain much more
after that. I won't take off points if you only have 1
Have only one test case that exercises all the paths
for the traversal.
You should be able to recreate the test cases from
parts 1 and 2 pretty easily.
Write 2 valid sentences for the class dictionary that
exercises most of the rules in the class dictionary.
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