How to implement this in unit testing

Hi,
If I want to implement something like this in Ruby Unit Testing:
test_z_lessthan_20
x = choose(1…5)
y = choose(0…3)
z = x * y
assert(z < 20)
end_choice
end_choice
end

The idea here is to run the previous test for all x and y values. My
initial idea is to parse previous code and generate something like
this:
test_z_lessthan_20
[1…5].each do |x|
[0…3].each do |y|
z = x * y
assert(z < 20)
end
end
end
My question is what is the best way to parse previous code i.e. is
there a parser where I will just change small parts of it to pasre the
choose part.
Also is there a way to implement the previous code dynamically during
runtime or at least do the parsing and change on the fly instead of
creating some code statically.

Thanks

On May 21, 12:34 am, “Muath A. Khalaf” [email protected] wrote:

end_choice
    end
 end

end
My question is what is the best way to parse previous code i.e. is
there a parser where I will just change small parts of it to pasre the
choose part.
Also is there a way to implement the previous code dynamically during
runtime or at least do the parsing and change on the fly instead of
creating some code statically.

Thanks

just small change as [1…5].each does not work correctly so I may
change it to [1,2,3,4,5].each

On Wed, May 21, 2008 at 4:25 AM, ethica1 [email protected]
wrote:

just small change as [1…5].each does not work correctly so I may
change it to [1,2,3,4,5].each

You can use a range instead of an array, e.g., (1…5).each { |n| puts n
} .

Craig

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