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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I like to use the argument done_testing accepts that lets you say how many tests you expected to have run at that stage.

    Its like specifying a plan, except you can do so pro grammatically after the fact, which eliminates the need for tedious manual counting.

    All you need to know is how many tests occur within a given block of code and increment your counter respectively.

    use Test::More;

    my $t;

    $t+=2;
    foreach ( list() ) {
      ok( $_, 'List member ok' );
    }

    $t+=3; # list called the second time