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Discussion on: .Net Core Unit Test and Code Coverage with Visual Studio Code

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Camilo Martinez Author

I've never tried scan a dll file and to be honest sound weird to me because this practice it's more to check quality on source code and a dll file, in general, have compiled code.

On the coverage reports that I see on C# and JS, all of them create a report for each file and not for each test case.