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  • Add a Test + ensure it failsWrite minimum amout of code to get it to passRefactor code, all the while rerunning tests
  • Test Generation Properties"Mark all test results Inconclusive by default". When this is checked, the method is created with the code:Assert.Inconclusive("Verify the correctness of this test method.");When you run you test, it will always say that your Test is "Inconclusive". When you code is complete and you would like to run your test, remove "Assert.Inconclusive()" call and test it then.enable generation warningTurn on/off the ability to enable generation warnings—that is, reporting if any warnings occur during the code generation process.Globally qualify all types. This setting tells the code generation engine to add a global qualifier (global:: in Microsoft Visual C# 2005) to variable declaration. Use this when you have like-named objects that reside in multiple namespaces. If you do not, the code generation engine will create logic to create the object, but the compiler will not be able to determine which class to create, and will error.Enable/disable documentation comments. This allows you to disable the creation of XML documentation above each Test() methodHonor InternalsVisibleTo AttributeSelect the check box to allow methods that are marked as Friend or Internal to be treated as if they were public methods (recommended)

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