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operations. This utility takes the brute-force approach of trying all possible sequences of these operations, up to a given number of steps. So, if the caller specifies to use n steps, a total of 3^n tests are actually performed.
For instance, if steps is 5, one example sequence that will be tested is:
To use this class the concrete subclass must implement the
method. This is because it's
impossible to test an Iterator without changing its state, so the tester
needs a steady supply of fresh Iterators.
If your iterator supports modification through
remove(), you may
wish to override the verify() method, which is called after
each sequence and is guaranteed to be called using the latest values
This class is GWT compatible.