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Commons Net example source code file (

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Java - Commons Net tags/keywords

invalidtelnetoptionexception, invalidtelnetoptionexception, invalidtelnetoptionexceptiontest, msg, msg, override, override, string, string, testcase

The Commons Net source code

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import junit.framework.TestCase;

 * JUnit test class for InvalidTelnetOptionException
 * <p>
 * @author Bruno D'Avanzo
public class InvalidTelnetOptionExceptionTest extends TestCase
    private InvalidTelnetOptionException exc1;
    private String msg1;
    private int code1;

     * setUp for the test.
    protected void setUp()
        msg1 = "MSG";
        code1 = 13;
        exc1 = new InvalidTelnetOptionException(msg1, code1);

     * test of the constructors.
    public void testConstructors()
        assertTrue(exc1.getMessage().indexOf(msg1) >= 0);
        assertTrue(exc1.getMessage().indexOf("" +code1) >= 0);

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