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what should be the percentage of code test coverage in junit for java code. Also what code is hard to test or cannot be tested with junit
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You can't test private functions with JUnit unless they are accessed by public functions that you can test. You can try JUnitX if you need to test private functions. As for a percentage, that's hard to say. The more coverage you have, the less you need to test manually
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