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re: One of the biggest "aha"'s I've had was when working on a legacy codebase with very few unit tests. I needed to change the behavior of a couple of...
 

Fantastic example. Sounds like a great way to both help you understand what exactly the code is doing, document it, and keep it safe for future devs.

Can't say I've ever taken this approach before, but I'm gonna try it out next time I'm working on modifying some legacy code.

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