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re: Achieving 100% code coverage will make you a better developer. Seriously. VIEW POST

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You've probably seen this image before, but this is what 100% code coverage can look like:

It even passes all tests.

This is what will happen when you make high code coverage a strict requirement for developers.

 
 

This picture looks like something out of the opening scenes of idiocracy

 

Error: Expected an instance of W, got M instead.

 

According to the posted dashboard the assertion held up, so it must have been a W which was received.

 

I hadn’t seen this, thank you for sharing :)

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