I don't. I practice prototype driven development. I write some code, run it, poke around, rinse and then repeat. If I'm repeating a given step enough times when poking around then I'll write a basic "driver" script to automate the process. This driver then ends up being a sanity check but I don't really think of it as TDD because I write the prototype first and then worry about tests/sanity checks.
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