JUnit is the most popular Unit Testing Framework for Java programming language. It has been very important in the development of test-driven deployment. In this article, we will be giving you a fair understanding of different commonly used annotation in JUnit framework.
From above example, you can check @BeforeClass and @AfterClass annotated methods ran only once while @Before annotated method ran twice. Also 1 test case was skipped as it was marked as @Ignore.
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