Example on the Cucumber home page

Great work on the logo and website, Aslak & Co! It looks great, and
and the prominent six steps to using Cucumber is exactly what newbs.

I have one question about step #2. The Given-block initialises a new
Calculator each time it’s run. This would cause the
“Given I have entered 50 into the calculator”
and
“And I have entered 70 into the calculator”
steps to have different Calculator objects, right?

If that’s intentional, is it because step #6 tells you to repeat step
#s 2-5, which will cause you to refactor the Given-block in step #2,
resulting in a single, shared Calculator object?

Thanks for the clarification!
Nick

On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 3:57 PM, Nick H. [email protected]
wrote:

If that’s intentional, is it because step #6 tells you to repeat step #s
2-5, which will cause you to refactor the Given-block in step #2, resulting
in a single, shared Calculator object?

Spot on. Look at the examples for how it will end up.

Aslak

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