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The test-first approach can basically be used in any coding language that allows you to quickly toggle between code writing and code running as you work away on your project. For this reason, it is not surprising that JUnit-like tools are available in almost any reasonable coding language. [URL:XPSoftware] lists versions for the following languages and platforms: Ada, Ant, C, C++, Curl, Delphi, Dot-Net, Eiffel, Forte, Gemstone/S, Jade, Java, Java 2 Micro version, JavaScript, K-Language, Objective C, Oracle, Palm, Perl, PHP, PowerBuilder, Python, Rebol, Ruby, Smalltalk, Suneido, Visual Basic, and Visual Objects. Notice, however, that both the extent and the quality of these tools are totally different, and sometimes even competing solutions for the same language are offered. But even for languages not yet supported, the excuse, There is no testing framework! doesn't count. provided enough insight into the internal parts of JUnit for you to get going in the language of your choice.


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