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Unit testing is typically used as either:
- A general term used to describe any automated-testing procedure that performs tests on a piece of software and checks to make sure that the obtained results meet the expectations defined by the programmer.
- More specifically, unit testing may refer to a specific kind of test, the unit test, which is a low-level test that checks the operation of a piece of code at the lowest possible level external to the code itself. In the case of object-oriented programming the lowest level of externally visible, testable functionality is usually a single method; so in this case "unit tests" usually refers to test which check the operation of an individual method.