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Best way to create a unit test for an already created project in C #?

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Hello everyone,
        I am in after sales department in my company and I take care of small modifications and fixing bugs. All the applications that we have do not have Unit testing. And whenever, I fix something, something else might get broke.
What I need to do is to create a unit testing for this applications to be able to do regressation testing.  

The application are done in C#.

Thank You.
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Thank you for you answer. It is what I was looking for.
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