Testing a Class

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    An implementation that behaves as specified is termed correct. It should be obvious that in order to determine if an object is correct, we need to know precisely how the object is supposed to behave in all cases. This is given by the object’s specifications. Without a clear and complete specification, it is impossible to determine if an implementation is… (More)

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