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Test cases code coverage in Xcode

How to check what percentage of unit test cases cover your classes/framework/project:-
  1. After writing unit test cases, make sure your all test cases run successfully. To cross check this, Goto Product menu->Perform action-> Test without building
  2. Goto Edit scheme: Select Test and select the "Gather coverage data" option.
  3. To see the code coverage, perform step no 1 once again.
  4. Open the last tab(report navigator) on the left panel.
  5. Open the coverage tab(at the top panel)


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