One step past Assert.Throws<>

If you’re not using xUnit (and you should be), at least consider adopting the practices they have for dealing with exceptions in unit tests. From the very first release, they moved us from this:[ExpectedException(typeof(InvalidOperationException))] public void WithdrawingMoreThanBalanceThrows() {     Account account = new Account();     account.Deposit(100);     account.Widthraw(200); } to the far-better: public void WithdrawingMoreThanBalanceThrows()…

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