How to add Junit library in Eclipse to use with Selenium Webdriver?

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How to add Junit library in Eclipse to use with Selenium Webdriver?
Jun 11 in Selenium by Jacky
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Hi Jacky, to add JUnit library in Eclipse to use it with Selenium, you can perform these steps:

1. Right click on Java project -> Build Path -> Configure Build path

2. Click Libraries -> Add Library -> Click on Junit.

3. Select Junit5 -> Finish

4. Click Apply and Close.

answered 6 days ago by Anvi
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