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This web site on automated testing lists quite a few academic and commercial test case generators. Unfortunately, I don't see any that generate test cases en masse. Most, if not all, seem to generate tests for either one class or one method at a time. Update: Agitar's claims its JUnit Generator can generate many unit tests quickly. I don't know if it is ...


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If you already have the code base written, most likely it won't be testable, you'll have to refactor and that may cause porblems\errors so I recommend using other tools to test your code and validate its stability. I use Typemock’s ‘Suggest’ tool, it scans your code and generates tests for you, after they are generated you can either save them manually or ...


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