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For example, the test will be run the first time with the This is quite a succinct way to test different combinations of values without writing a lot of repeated code.I do plan to re-use one or two artists at some point though.Anyway, for the Report Lab book I happened to stumble across Therese Larsson’s website and I really liked how she did her lighting in her artwork.She is from Sweden and has worked with some fairly big companies, including Disney, Google, and Adidas. I ended up commissioning the cover from her and I described what I wanted.Here is the initial sketch: Report Lab Cover Sketch I thought this was a pretty good version of my vision, so I approved the concept.

Here we get a lot more detail added to our main characters and a background mouse is added too. If you’d like to support the development of the book, check out the Kickstarter!And here is the final version of the cover (without the title). In an earlier article I gave you an introduction into phonetic algorithms, and shows their variety.I really like coming up with fun covers for my books.I also like to find new artists for each book so that they all end up looking unique.To make our tests less repetitive, we can go further and combine test fixtures and parametrize test functions.To demonstrate this, let's replace the wallet initialization code with a test fixture as we did before. To use both the fixture and the parametrized functions in the test, we include the fixture as the first argument, and the parameters as the rest of the arguments.In the following sections, we will explore some more advanced pytest features.