@DisplayName Annotation on Test Class

This lesson demonstrates how to provide custom display names to test class.

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@DisplayName on Test Class

JUnit 5 has @DisplayName annotation which is used to provide a custom name for the test class. Usually, By default, JUnit 5 reporting prints the class name in the IDE test report and also while executing test cases. We can use @DisplayName annotation to provide a custom name to test class, that makes it easier to read. Thus, it acts as metadata for our test class.

@DisplayName annotation can take up string having the following things:-

  1. It can take spaces between words.
  2. It can take special characters.
  3. It can take emojis as well.

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