I am using "extends TestCase" and it is requiring that I use @Test. This is where the error is explained: http://java.syntaxerrors.info/index.php?
Junit.framework.AssertionFailedError: No tests found in a.b.c.FooTest
Could I use TestCase without having to apply @Test?
if you are using JUnit 3 version then no need to use @Test.if you are using JUnit version 4 you need to use @Test.
check the junit api for @Test is all about.
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