Permalink
Browse files

Moar documentations on parameterized

  • Loading branch information...
designatednerd committed May 20, 2015
1 parent f84a736 commit ffc05d67745ec2bcb8623c4af2b850613e057c86
@@ -14,13 +14,26 @@
/**
* Created by ellen on 5/19/15.
*/
//Needs RunWith annotation since it's using a more specific runner.
@RunWith(Parameterized.class)
public class ParameterTestExample {
/*******************
* PARAMETER SETUP *
*******************/
/**
* Create an iterable of object arrays that can be handed over to the test
* as parameters to the constructor.
*
* For example, here we have a constructor that takes 3 items: The first string,
* the second string, and the expected overlap string. Each of these arrays
* of strings will be passed in to the constructor in that order.
*/
@Parameters
public static Iterable<Object[]> data() {
return Arrays.asList(new Object[][] {
{ "cat", "rat", "at" }, //Returns in order
{ "cat", "eta", "at" }, //Returns in order of first string
{ "dog", "pug", "g"}, //Single letter
{ "bob", "steve", null }, //No letters
{ "mary", "roger", "r"}, //Many of one letter
@@ -30,24 +43,37 @@
});
}
/**
* Create your object and the things you're passing it.
*/
/*************
* VARIABLES *
*************/
private String mFirstString;
private String mSecondString;
private String mExpectedCommonLetters;
private CommonLetterFinder mLetterFinder;
/***************
* CONSTRUCTOR *
***************/
/**
* Test constructor that takes the params defined above.
* @param aFirstString The first string to compare.
* @param aSecondString The second string to compare.
* @param aCommonLetters The expected common letters in the string.
*/
public ParameterTestExample(String aFirstString, String aSecondString, String aCommonLetters) {
mFirstString = aFirstString;
mSecondString = aSecondString;
mExpectedCommonLetters = aCommonLetters;
mLetterFinder = new CommonLetterFinder();
}
/**
* Since this is being run with Parameterized, it will be run the number of times
*/
/***********************
* PARAMETERIZED TESTS *
***********************/
@Test
public void findCommonLetters() {
String foundCommonLetters = mLetterFinder.commonLetters(mFirstString, mSecondString);

0 comments on commit ffc05d6

Please sign in to comment.