How to write a simple PHPUnit test case?

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by dana , in category: PHP General , 7 months ago

How to write a simple PHPUnit test case?

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by larissa , 7 months ago

@dana 

Here is an example of how to write a simple PHPUnit test case:

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assertEquals($expected, $value);
    }

    public function testGreaterThan()
    {
        $value = 10;
        $expected = 5;
        $this->assertGreaterThan($expected, $value);
    }
}


In this example, MyTestClass extends the TestCase class provided by PHPUnit. Two test methods are defined: testEquals() and testGreaterThan().


In testEquals(), we set a value of 10 and an expected value of 10. We then use the $this->assertEquals() assertion method provided by PHPUnit to check if the value is equal to the expected value.


In testGreaterThan(), we set a value of 10 and an expected value of 5. We use the $this->assertGreaterThan() assertion method to check if the value is greater than the expected value.


To run this test case, you can use the PHPUnit command-line tool or an integrated development environment (IDE) with PHPUnit support.