Executes a test.

A function implementing the test. test is a any function returning void.
Parameters to the test. test is any function returning void.

test is a plain c function that implements the test. In its most simple form, this function will call some functionality in the unit that needs to be tested. In addition, the return value can be validated and/or a list of expected function calls can be setup.

The macro is used to start execution of a new test. It is used to execute the first testcase from the main function. It can also be nested and used during a test, or be called from a mock - i.e. during execution of the unit. Note that during execution of parameterized tests this macro might call test several times.

If test are declared with function arguments, these can be passed from the EXECUTE macro, after the function



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