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    Default confused about the difference between a client and a driver

    I have to write a client and 2 drivers for a class that I am writing. What I am confused about is the difference between the client and the drivers. Are they related at all, and what are each of their purposes in relation to the class?

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    Also, I forgot to add that the drivers are supposed to test the methods in the class, but doesn't the client do that by just running it?

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    What do you mean by client? Do you mean a client/server app? Or are you just using client instead of class?

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    If I understand correctly the client is code that uses a class

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