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I quickly want to point out that within section 14 you make mention to an AllTests.java file that was not previously created throughout the tutorial, and I personally simply paused the video long enough to copy the contents.
Within the companion booklet it mentions the initial code in lesson 7 (Page 21/45), but when viewing lesson 7 (I watched it twice again to be sure, after I watched lesson 14) you do not create the file anywhere. It wasn't a huge deal for me as I have prior experience in Basic, AutoIt, and some other languages, so it was super easy to adjust.
I just figured I'd point this out to possibly be updated, or referenced, just so less experienced coders don't get confused.
Oddly, I just finished the tutorial series and didn't run into this problem. I don't recall in which lesson the "test suite" was created, but I definitely created within the tutorial somewhere along the way and had an AllTests file.
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