How to use CountWithoutSkip method of internal Package

Best Ginkgo code snippet using internal.CountWithoutSkip

spec_test.go

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...85				Ω(specs.HasAnySpecsMarkedPending()).Should(BeTrue())86			})87		})88	})89	Describe("specs.CountWithoutSkip()", func() {90		It("returns the number of specs that have skip set to false", func() {91			specs := Specs{{Skip: false}, {Skip: true}, {Skip: true}, {Skip: false}, {Skip: false}}92			Ω(specs.CountWithoutSkip()).Should(Equal(3))93		})94	})95	Describe("specs.AtIndices", func() {96		It("returns the subset of specs at the specified indices", func() {97			specs := Specs{S(N()), S(N()), S(N()), S(N())}98			Ω(specs.AtIndices(internal.SpecIndices{1, 3})).Should(Equal(Specs{specs[1], specs[3]}))99		})100	})101})...

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spec.go

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...39		}40	}41	return false42}43func (s Specs) CountWithoutSkip() int {44	n := 045	for i := range s {46		if !s[i].Skip {47			n += 148		}49	}50	return n51}52func (s Specs) AtIndices(indices SpecIndices) Specs {53	out := make(Specs, len(indices))54	for i, idx := range indices {55		out[i] = s[idx]56	}57	return out...

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CountWithoutSkip

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1import (2func main() {3	fmt.Println(internal.CountWithoutSkip(10))4}5import (6func main() {7	fmt.Println(internal.CountWithSkip(10))8}

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1import (2func main() {3	fmt.Println(internal.CountWithoutSkip(5))4}5import (6func main() {7	fmt.Println(internal.CountWithoutSkip(5))8}9import (10func main() {11	fmt.Println(internal.CountWithoutSkip(5))12}13import (14func main() {15	fmt.Println(internal.CountWithoutSkip(5))16}17import (18func main() {19	fmt.Println(internal.CountWithoutSkip(5))20}21import (22func main() {23	fmt.Println(internal.CountWithoutSkip(5))24}25import (26func main() {27	fmt.Println(internal.CountWithoutSkip(5))28}29import (30func main() {31	fmt.Println(internal.CountWithoutSkip(5))32}33import (34func main() {35	fmt.Println(internal.CountWithoutSkip(5))36}37import (38func main() {39	fmt.Println(internal.CountWithoutSkip(5))40}41import (42func main() {43	fmt.Println(internal.CountWithoutSkip(5))44}

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1import (2func main() {3	fmt.Println(CountWithoutSkip(5))4}5func CountWithoutSkip(n int) int {6	if n == 0 {7	}8	return n + CountWithoutSkip(n-1)9}

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1type MyStruct struct {2}3map[string]interface{}{4}5func (m *MyStruct) ToMap() map[string]interface{} {6    return map[string]interface{}{7    }8}9cannot use m.Name (type string) as type interface {} in map value10cannot use m.Age (type int) as type interface {} in map value11func (m *MyStruct) ToMap() map[string]interface{} {12    return map[string]interface{}{13        "Name": interface{}(m.Name),14        "Age": interface{}(m.Age),15    }16}17cannot use interface{}(m.Name) (type interface {}) as type string in map value18cannot use interface{}(m.Age) (type interface {}) as type int in map value19func (m *MyStruct) ToMap() map[string]interface{} {20    return map[string]interface{}{21        "Name": m.Name.(string),22        "Age": m.Age.(int),23    }24}25cannot use m.Name.(string) (type string) as type interface {} in map value26cannot use m.Age.(int) (type int) as type interface {} in map value

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1import "internal/1"2func main() {3    obj := InternalClass{}4    obj.CountWithoutSkip()5}6type InternalClass struct {}7func (obj *InternalClass) CountWithoutSkip() {8    for i := 0; i < 10; i++ {9        fmt.Println(i)10    }11}12import "internal/1/internal"13func main() {14    obj := internal.InternalClass{}15    obj.CountWithSkip()16}17type InternalClass struct {}18func (obj *InternalClass) CountWithSkip() {19    for i := 0; i < 10; i++ {20        if i == 5 {21        }22        fmt.Println(i)23    }24}

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