Testing on the VBNET track

Learn how to test your VBNET exercises on Exercism

Running Tests

To run the tests, execute the following command:

dotnet test

To run the tests automatically as each source file is changed, execute the following command:

dotnet watch test

Solving the exercise

Solving an exercise means making all its tests pass. By default, only one test (the first one) is executed when you run the tests. This is intentional, as it allows you to focus on just making that one test pass. Once it passes, you can enable the next test by removing Skip = "Remove this Skip property to run this test" from the test's [Fact] or [Theory] attribute. When all tests have been enabled and your implementation makes them all pass, you'll have solved the exercise!

To help you get started, each exercise comes with a stub implementation file. You can use this file as a starting point for building your solution. Feel free to remove or change this file if you think it is the right thing to do.

Using packages

You should be able to solve most exercises without using any external packages. However, for the exercises where you do want to use an external package, you can add it to your project by running the following command:

dotnet add package [package-name]