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I'm writing a class with a lot of dictionary like behaviour.
I was wondering whether a unittest for dictionaries already
exists somewhere so that I could use it as a start for
a unittest for my class.

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Antoon Pardon
Sep 28 '05 #1
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Antoon Pardon wrote:
I'm writing a class with a lot of dictionary like behaviour.
I was wondering whether a unittest for dictionaries already
exists somewhere so that I could use it as a start for
a unittest for my class.

Strangely enough my 2.4 source distribution appears to contain

Lib/test/test_dict.py

Perhaps this might serve as a starting point.

regards
Steve
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Sep 28 '05 #2
Op 2005-09-28, Steve Holden schreef <st***@holdenwe b.com>:
Antoon Pardon wrote:
I'm writing a class with a lot of dictionary like behaviour.
I was wondering whether a unittest for dictionaries already
exists somewhere so that I could use it as a start for
a unittest for my class.

Strangely enough my 2.4 source distribution appears to contain

Lib/test/test_dict.py

Perhaps this might serve as a starting point.


Looks very usefull, thanks.

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Antoon Pardon
Sep 28 '05 #3

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