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Easy PHPUnit Test Skeleton with a data provider

<?php class UnitTest extends PHPUnitFrameworkTestCase { public static function providerTestFirst() { return array( array(1, 1), array(2, 2), array(2, 1), ); }

 * @dataProvider providerTestFirst
 * @param array $data 
public function testFirst($expected, $value)
    $this->assertEquals($expected, $value, $value . ' should be ' . $expected);


The skeleton is really simple indeed. And it should trow an error ( 2 != 1).

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