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I was wondering what other groups are doing for their JUnit test cases for their projects.
Our group is doing it with the input parsing.

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Our group was also considering the input parsing. Another simpler one could be the creation of a "course" object, or however you're storing each set of times/days/prof/etc as an object.

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You will likely want to create a test case for every method you create. The exact number of cases will differ between groups depending on the way their source code is modulated. The more thorough the better.

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I think there should be tests for every class and method you have in your code.

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Also, the input parsing is very important. So maybe try different variations of the class schedule to test the parsing.

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