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In this test we will check if the annotator, implemented in the previous tutorial, works as we expect.

1. Define test data

Create a file "AnnotatorTestData.java".

public class Test {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        System.out.println("simple:website");
        System.out.println("simple:<error descr="Unresolved property">websit"</error>);
    }
}

2. Define a test method

public void testAnnotator() {
    myFixture.configureByFiles("AnnotatorTestData.java", "DefaultTestData.simple");
    myFixture.checkHighlighting(false, false, true);
}

3. Run the test

Run the test and make sure it's green.

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