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We should write good code because good code is easy to maintain, not because it makes the code easier to unit test. However, it just so happens that well written code is easy to unit test; and testing our code, especially test-driving our code, helps us to write good code.  But ease of unit-testing is not the only reason for writing good code, in fact it is one of the very last reasons

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