> >assertTrue("Whoa, doSomething returned a non-Fred type!", doSomething()
> >instanceof Fred);

When the test fails, you don't have a lot of information (like the class
returned by doSomething) to debug your code.

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Using JUnit-addons, you would code your assertion:

   ObjectAssert.assertInstanceOf(Fred, doSomething());

The error message will be something like:

  "expected instance of class:<Fred> but was of class <WHATEVER>"

at least you have something to start your debug session.
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-Vladimir

PS: junit-addons.sf.net

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Vladimir R. Bossicard
www.bossicard.com

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