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Is there something called a 'Fixture' in C#?

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Is there something called a 'Fixture' in C#?
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Sure.
It's an attribute for NUnit. If your C# project uses NUnit.Framework library, you will have a bunch of new attributes. Look at this docu: http://nunit.org/index.php?p=attributes&r=2.5.9
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In what context? There is a Test Fixture if that is what you are referring to.
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thanks
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