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Thread: Exception in JUnit test (easy question)

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    Default Exception in JUnit test (easy question)

    I have a question about a JUnit test case which I am building for a simple RPN calculator.

    Here is the test case, I basically want to test what happens when you increment MAX_VALUE

    @Test
    public void testPlusExtreme() throws CalculatorException{
     
     
    fc.enter(Double.MAX_VALUE);
    fc.enter(1.0);
    fc.plus();
    Double result = fc.result();
     
    //Some JUnit assertion
     
    }

    But what do I add to ensure that the Overflow exception is received?
    Is it try and catch?


    Thanks a lot!


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    Default Re: Exception in JUnit test (easy question)

    I might do not understand your question. But from my experience, I never added any exception in Junit because Junit is only to test what your code (class) is okay. all possible exceptions need to be added in your code.

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