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Hi,

I have a problem, I have written a class, inside another class. No problem with that, but I have now come to develop a unit test for the outer class. The JUnit must be able to test the methods of the inner class as well as all other class methods. However, I can not seem to access the methods, or even reference the class.

Please can someone point me in the correct direction.

Thanks

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Why do you need to write tests that don't adhere to the access scope of the inner class? If it's not a static inner class, you should have an instance of the enclosing class to work from. If that's not the case, then perhaps your inner class should actually be a public top-level class?

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Hi there, the class functions perfectly, and the app as well. the class was made for the sol purpose of that JFrame, as such it was easier to make it a nested class.

However, I have now solved the problem. Thank you.

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