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    Default blue arrow in junit

    please any one help me with fixing an blue arrow appears while running my project tests

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    can you help me Norm


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    Default Re: blue arrow in junit

    Sorry, I don't have any colored arrows in the software I use.

    If you are getting errors, please copy the full text of the error messages and paste it here.
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    Default Re: blue arrow in junit

    sorry it is an blue arrow appears when i run my tests using Junit

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    Default Re: blue arrow in junit

    I have no idea what you are talking about. I don't know junit.
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    Default Re: blue arrow in junit

    Please explain what the problem is. Post the full text of any error messages.
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    Default Re: blue arrow in junit

    You should provide more info than that...JUnit is an API, and as a result inherently has no 'blue arrows' - you must be referring to your IDE which displays JUnit failures, errors, etc...each of which probably does so in a different way, so what does the 'blue arrow' represent?

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    Default Re: blue arrow in junit

    there is an infinite loop i can't find it.

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    loop has no end

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    any one help plz

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    Default Re: blue arrow in junit

    Try debugging the code by adding println statements that print messages as methods are executed and as the value of variables are changed. The print out should help you find where the looping is. Then focus on printing the variables that control the looping.
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    Default Re: blue arrow in junit

    i don't know how to use the debugging

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    Default Re: blue arrow in junit

    Then use these statements:
    System.out.println("an ID "+ <variable here>);
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