This is the fifth post in a series of posts about the String Calculator kata done with AutoFixture.

This screencast implements the requirement of the kata's exercise 5.

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robi.y
Hello and thanks for this awesome series.
It seems you assume that the int generator always returns non-negative numbers.
Is this true and by design? why?
Thanks
2013-02-19 09:25 UTC
Integers generated by AutoFixture have, by design, always been positive, although the algorithm has changed during the years.

In AutoFixture 3, numbers are random.

In AutoFixture 2.2+, all numbers are generated by a strictly monotonically increasing sequence.

In AutoFixture prior to 2.2, numbers were also generated as a rising sequence, but one sequence per number type.

Common for all is that they are 'small, positive integers'.
2013-02-19 19:46 UTC


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