How to use Collection.shouldNotContainDuplicates method of io.kotest.matchers.collections.duplicates class

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CollectionMatchersTest.kt

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1package com.sksamuel.kotest.matchers.collections2import io.kotest.assertions.shouldFail3import io.kotest.assertions.throwables.shouldNotThrow4import io.kotest.assertions.throwables.shouldThrow5import io.kotest.assertions.withClue6import io.kotest.core.spec.style.WordSpec7import io.kotest.equals.Equality8import io.kotest.equals.types.byObjectEquality9import io.kotest.matchers.collections.atLeastSize10import io.kotest.matchers.collections.atMostSize11import io.kotest.matchers.collections.beLargerThan12import io.kotest.matchers.collections.beSameSizeAs13import io.kotest.matchers.collections.beSmallerThan14import io.kotest.matchers.collections.contain15import io.kotest.matchers.collections.containDuplicates16import io.kotest.matchers.collections.containNoNulls17import io.kotest.matchers.collections.containNull18import io.kotest.matchers.collections.containOnlyNulls19import io.kotest.matchers.collections.matchInOrder20import io.kotest.matchers.collections.existInOrder21import io.kotest.matchers.collections.haveElementAt22import io.kotest.matchers.collections.haveSize23import io.kotest.matchers.collections.matchEach24import io.kotest.matchers.collections.matchInOrderSubset25import io.kotest.matchers.collections.monotonicallyDecreasing26import io.kotest.matchers.collections.monotonicallyDecreasingWith27import io.kotest.matchers.collections.monotonicallyIncreasing28import io.kotest.matchers.collections.monotonicallyIncreasingWith29import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldBeIn30import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldBeLargerThan31import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldBeMonotonicallyDecreasing32import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldBeMonotonicallyDecreasingWith33import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldBeMonotonicallyIncreasing34import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldBeMonotonicallyIncreasingWith35import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldBeSameSizeAs36import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldBeSingleton37import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldBeSmallerThan38import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldBeSorted39import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldBeSortedBy40import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldBeSortedWith41import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldBeStrictlyDecreasing42import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldBeStrictlyDecreasingWith43import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldBeStrictlyIncreasing44import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldBeStrictlyIncreasingWith45import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldContainAnyOf46import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldContainDuplicates47import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldContainNoNulls48import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldContainNull49import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldContainOnlyNulls50import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldExist51import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldHaveAtLeastSize52import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldHaveAtMostSize53import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldHaveElementAt54import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldHaveSingleElement55import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldHaveSize56import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldMatchInOrder57import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldMatchInOrderSubset58import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotBeIn59import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotBeMonotonicallyDecreasing60import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotBeMonotonicallyDecreasingWith61import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotBeMonotonicallyIncreasing62import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotBeMonotonicallyIncreasingWith63import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotBeSingleton64import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotBeSorted65import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotBeSortedBy66import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotBeSortedWith67import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotBeStrictlyDecreasing68import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotBeStrictlyDecreasingWith69import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotBeStrictlyIncreasing70import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotBeStrictlyIncreasingWith71import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotContainAnyOf72import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotContainDuplicates73import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotContainNoNulls74import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotContainNull75import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotContainOnlyNulls76import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotHaveElementAt77import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotHaveSize78import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotMatchEach79import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotMatchInOrder80import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotMatchInOrderSubset81import io.kotest.matchers.collections.singleElement82import io.kotest.matchers.collections.sorted83import io.kotest.matchers.collections.strictlyDecreasing84import io.kotest.matchers.collections.strictlyDecreasingWith85import io.kotest.matchers.collections.strictlyIncreasing86import io.kotest.matchers.collections.strictlyIncreasingWith87import io.kotest.matchers.ints.shouldBeGreaterThan88import io.kotest.matchers.ints.shouldBeInRange89import io.kotest.matchers.should90import io.kotest.matchers.shouldBe91import io.kotest.matchers.shouldHave92import io.kotest.matchers.shouldNot93import io.kotest.matchers.shouldNotBe94import io.kotest.matchers.shouldNotHave95import io.kotest.matchers.throwable.shouldHaveMessage96class CollectionMatchersTest : WordSpec() {97   private val countdown = (10 downTo 0).toList()98   private val asc = { a: Int, b: Int -> a - b }99   private val desc = { a: Int, b: Int -> b - a }100   init {101      "a descending non-empty list" should {102         "fail to ascend" {103            shouldFail {104               countdown.shouldBeSortedWith(asc)105            }106         }107         "descend" {108            countdown.shouldBeSortedWith(desc)109         }110         "not ascend" {111            countdown.shouldNotBeSortedWith(asc)112         }113         "fail not to descend" {114            shouldFail {115               countdown.shouldNotBeSortedWith(desc)116            }117         }118      }119      "sortedWith" should {120         val items = listOf(121            1 to "I",122            2 to "II",123            4 to "IV",124            5 to "V",125            6 to "VI",126            9 to "IX",127            10 to "X"128         )129         "work on non-Comparable given a Comparator" {130            items.shouldBeSortedWith(Comparator { a, b -> asc(a.first, b.first) })131         }132         "work on non-Comparable given a compare function" {133            items.shouldBeSortedWith { a, b -> asc(a.first, b.first) }134         }135      }136      "haveElementAt" should {137         "test that a collection contains the specified element at the given index" {138            listOf("a", "b", "c") should haveElementAt(1, "b")139            listOf("a", "b", "c") shouldNot haveElementAt(1, "c")140            listOf("a", "b", null) should haveElementAt(2, null)141            listOf("a", "b", null) shouldNot haveElementAt(3, null)142            listOf("a", "b", "c").shouldHaveElementAt(1, "b")143            listOf("a", "b", "c").shouldNotHaveElementAt(1, "c")144            listOf("a", "b", null).shouldHaveElementAt(2, null)145         }146         "support type inference for subtypes of collection" {147            val tests = listOf(148               TestSealed.Test1("test1"),149               TestSealed.Test2(2)150            )151            tests should haveElementAt(0, TestSealed.Test1("test1"))152            tests.shouldHaveElementAt(1, TestSealed.Test2(2))153         }154      }155      "containNull()" should {156         "test that a collection contains at least one null" {157            listOf(1, 2, null) should containNull()158            listOf(null) should containNull()159            listOf(1, 2) shouldNot containNull()160            listOf(1, 2, null).shouldContainNull()161            listOf(null).shouldContainNull()162            listOf(1, 2).shouldNotContainNull()163         }164      }165      "sorted" should {166         "test that a collection is sorted" {167            emptyList<Int>() shouldBe sorted<Int>()168            listOf(1) shouldBe sorted<Int>()169            listOf(1, 2, 3, 4) shouldBe sorted<Int>()170            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {171               listOf(2, 1) shouldBe sorted<Int>()172            }.shouldHaveMessage("List [2, 1] should be sorted. Element 2 at index 0 was greater than element 1")173            listOf(1, 2, 6, 9).shouldBeSorted()174            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {175               listOf(2, 1).shouldBeSorted()176            }.shouldHaveMessage("List [2, 1] should be sorted. Element 2 at index 0 was greater than element 1")177            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {178               listOf(1, 2, 3).shouldNotBeSorted()179            }.shouldHaveMessage("List [1, 2, 3] should not be sorted")180         }181         "restrict items at the error message" {182            val longList = (1..1000).toList()183            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {184               longList.shouldNotBeSorted()185            }.shouldHaveMessage("List [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, ...and 980 more (set the 'kotest.assertions.collection.print.size' JVM property to see more / less items)] should not be sorted")186         }187      }188      "sortedBy" should {189         val items = listOf(190            1 to "I",191            2 to "II",192            4 to "IV",193            5 to "V",194            6 to "VI",195            9 to "IX",196            10 to "X"197         )198         "compare by the tranformed value" {199            items.shouldBeSortedBy { it.first }200            items.shouldNotBeSortedBy { it.second }201         }202      }203      "shouldBeIncreasing" should {204         "test that a collection is monotonically increasing" {205            listOf(1, 2, 2, 3) shouldBe monotonicallyIncreasing<Int>()206            listOf(6, 5) shouldNotBe monotonicallyIncreasing<Int>()207            listOf(1, 2, 2, 3).shouldBeMonotonicallyIncreasing()208            listOf(6, 5).shouldNotBeMonotonicallyIncreasing()209         }210         "test that a collection is monotonically increasing according to comparator" {211            val comparator = Comparator(desc)212            listOf(3, 2, 2, 1) shouldBe monotonicallyIncreasingWith(comparator)213            listOf(5, 6) shouldNotBe monotonicallyIncreasingWith(comparator)214            listOf(3, 2, 2, 1).shouldBeMonotonicallyIncreasingWith(comparator)215            listOf(5, 6).shouldNotBeMonotonicallyIncreasingWith(comparator)216         }217         "test that a collection is strictly increasing" {218            listOf(1, 2, 3) shouldBe strictlyIncreasing<Int>()219            listOf(1, 2, 2, 3) shouldNotBe strictlyIncreasing<Int>()220            listOf(6, 5) shouldNotBe strictlyIncreasing<Int>()221            listOf(1, 2, 3).shouldBeStrictlyIncreasing()222            listOf(1, 2, 2, 3).shouldNotBeStrictlyIncreasing()223            listOf(6, 5).shouldNotBeStrictlyIncreasing()224         }225         "test that a collection is strictly increasing according to comparator" {226            val comparator = Comparator(desc)227            listOf(3, 2, 1) shouldBe strictlyIncreasingWith(comparator)228            listOf(3, 2, 2, 1) shouldNotBe strictlyIncreasingWith(comparator)229            listOf(5, 6) shouldNotBe strictlyIncreasingWith(comparator)230            listOf(3, 2, 1).shouldBeStrictlyIncreasingWith(comparator)231            listOf(3, 2, 2, 1).shouldNotBeStrictlyIncreasingWith(comparator)232            listOf(5, 6).shouldNotBeStrictlyIncreasingWith(comparator)233         }234      }235      "shouldBeDecreasing" should {236         "test that a collection is monotonically decreasing" {237            listOf(3, 2, 2, -4) shouldBe monotonicallyDecreasing<Int>()238            listOf(5, 6) shouldNotBe monotonicallyDecreasing<Int>()239            listOf(3, 2, 2, -4).shouldBeMonotonicallyDecreasing()240            listOf(5, 6).shouldNotBeMonotonicallyDecreasing()241         }242         "test that a collection is monotonically decreasing according to comparator" {243            val comparator = Comparator(desc)244            listOf(-4, 2, 2, 3) shouldBe monotonicallyDecreasingWith(comparator)245            listOf(6, 5) shouldNotBe monotonicallyDecreasingWith(comparator)246            listOf(-4, 2, 2, 3).shouldBeMonotonicallyDecreasingWith(comparator)247            listOf(6, 5).shouldNotBeMonotonicallyDecreasingWith(comparator)248         }249         "test that a collection is strictly decreasing" {250            listOf(3, 2, -4) shouldBe strictlyDecreasing<Int>()251            listOf(3, 2, 2, -4) shouldNotBe strictlyDecreasing<Int>()252            listOf(5, 6) shouldNotBe strictlyDecreasing<Int>()253            listOf(3, 2, -4).shouldBeStrictlyDecreasing()254            listOf(3, 2, 2, -4).shouldNotBeStrictlyDecreasing()255            listOf(5, 6).shouldNotBeStrictlyDecreasing()256         }257         "test that a collection is strictly decreasing according to comparator" {258            val comparator = Comparator(desc)259            listOf(-4, 2, 3) shouldBe strictlyDecreasingWith(comparator)260            listOf(-4, 2, 2, 3) shouldNotBe strictlyDecreasingWith(comparator)261            listOf(6, 5) shouldNotBe strictlyDecreasingWith(comparator)262            listOf(-4, 2, 3).shouldBeStrictlyDecreasingWith(comparator)263            listOf(-4, 2, 2, 3).shouldNotBeStrictlyDecreasingWith(comparator)264            listOf(6, 5).shouldNotBeStrictlyDecreasingWith(comparator)265         }266      }267      "haveDuplicates" should {268         "test that a collection is unique" {269            listOf(1, 2, 3, 3) should containDuplicates()270            listOf(1, 2, 3, 4) shouldNot containDuplicates()271            listOf(1, 2, 3, 3).shouldContainDuplicates()272            listOf(1, 2, 3, 4).shouldNotContainDuplicates()273         }274      }275      "singleElement" should {276         "test that a collection contains a single given element"  {277            listOf(1) shouldBe singleElement(1)278            listOf(1).shouldHaveSingleElement(1)279            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {280               listOf(1) shouldBe singleElement(2)281            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection should be a single element of 2 but has 1 elements: [1]")282            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {283               listOf(1, 2) shouldBe singleElement(2)284            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection should be a single element of 2 but has 2 elements: [1, 2]")285         }286      }287      "singleElement with predicate" should {288         "test that a collection contains a single element by given predicate"  {289            listOf(1) shouldHave singleElement { e -> e == 1 }290            listOf(1).shouldHaveSingleElement { e -> e == 1 }291            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {292               listOf(1) shouldHave singleElement { e -> e == 2 }293            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection should have a single element by a given predicate but has 0 elements: [1]")294            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {295               listOf(2, 2) shouldHave singleElement { e -> e == 2 }296            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection should have a single element by a given predicate but has 2 elements: [2, 2]")297         }298      }299      "should contain element" should {300         "test that a collection contains an element"  {301            val col = listOf(1, 2, 3)302            col should contain(2)303            col should contain(2.0) // uses strict num equality = false304            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {305               col should contain(4)306            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection should contain element 4 based on object equality; but the collection is [1, 2, 3]")307         }308      }309      "should contain element based on a custom equality object" should {310         "test that a collection contains an element"  {311            val col = listOf(1, 2, 3.0)312            val verifier = Equality.byObjectEquality<Number>(strictNumberEquality = true)313            col should contain(2, verifier)314            col should contain(3.0, verifier)315            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {316               col should contain(3, verifier)317            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection should contain element 3 based on object equality; but the collection is [1, 2, 3.0]")318         }319      }320      "shouldBeLargerThan" should {321         "test that a collection is larger than another collection"  {322            val col1 = listOf(1, 2, 3)323            val col2 = setOf(1, 2, 3, 4)324            col2.shouldBeLargerThan(col1)325            col2 should beLargerThan(col1)326            col1 shouldNot beLargerThan(col2)327            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {328               col1.shouldBeLargerThan(col2)329            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection of size 3 should be larger than collection of size 4")330         }331      }332      "shouldBeSmallerThan" should {333         "test that a collection is smaller than another collection"  {334            val col1 = listOf(1, 2, 3)335            val col2 = setOf(1, 2, 3, 4)336            col1.shouldBeSmallerThan(col2)337            col1 should beSmallerThan(col2)338            col2 shouldNot beSmallerThan(col1)339            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {340               col2.shouldBeSmallerThan(col1)341            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection of size 4 should be smaller than collection of size 3")342         }343      }344      "shouldBeSameSizeAs" should {345         "test that a collection is the same size as another collection"  {346            val col1 = listOf(1, 2, 3)347            val col2 = setOf(1, 2, 3)348            val col3 = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4)349            col1.shouldBeSameSizeAs(col2)350            col1 should beSameSizeAs(col2)351            col1 shouldNot beSameSizeAs(col3)352            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {353               col1.shouldBeSameSizeAs(col3)354            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection of size 3 should be the same size as collection of size 4")355         }356      }357      "haveSize" should {358         "test that a collection has a certain size" {359            val col1 = listOf(1, 2, 3)360            col1 should haveSize(3)361            col1.shouldHaveSize(3)362            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {363               col1 should haveSize(2)364            }365            val col2 = emptyList<String>()366            col2 should haveSize(0)367            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {368               col2 should haveSize(1)369            }370            listOf(1, 2, 3).shouldNotHaveSize(1)371            listOf(1, 2, 3).shouldNotHaveSize(4)372            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {373               listOf(1, 2, 3).shouldNotHaveSize(3)374            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection should not have size 3. Values: [1, 2, 3]")375         }376      }377      "should be singleton" should {378         "pass for collection with a single element" {379            listOf(1).shouldBeSingleton()380         }381         "fail for collection with 0 elements" {382            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {383               listOf<Int>().shouldBeSingleton()384            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection should have size 1 but has size 0. Values: []")385         }386         "fail for collection with 2+ elements" {387            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {388               listOf(1, 2).shouldBeSingleton()389            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection should have size 1 but has size 2. Values: [1, 2]")390            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {391               listOf(1, 2, 3, 4).shouldBeSingleton()392            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection should have size 1 but has size 4. Values: [1, 2, 3, 4]")393         }394      }395      "should be singleton with block" should {396         "pass for collection with a single element" {397            listOf(1).shouldBeSingleton { it shouldBe 1 }398         }399         "fail for collection with 0 elements" {400            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {401               listOf<Int>().shouldBeSingleton { it shouldBe 1 }402            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection should have size 1 but has size 0. Values: []")403         }404         "fail for collection with a single incorrect elements" {405            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {406               listOf(2).shouldBeSingleton { it shouldBe 1 }407            }.shouldHaveMessage("expected:<1> but was:<2>")408         }409         "fail for collection with 2+ elements" {410            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {411               listOf(1, 2).shouldBeSingleton { it shouldBe 1 }412            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection should have size 1 but has size 2. Values: [1, 2]")413            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {414               listOf(1, 2, 3, 4).shouldBeSingleton { it shouldBe 1 }415            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection should have size 1 but has size 4. Values: [1, 2, 3, 4]")416         }417      }418      "should not be singleton" should {419         "pass for collection with 0 elements" {420            listOf<Int>().shouldNotBeSingleton()421         }422         "pass for collection with 2+ elements" {423            listOf(1, 2).shouldNotBeSingleton()424            listOf(1, 2, 3, 4).shouldNotBeSingleton()425         }426         "fail for collection with a single element" {427            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {428               listOf(1).shouldNotBeSingleton()429            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection should not have size 1. Values: [1]")430         }431      }432      "shouldExist" should {433         "test that a collection contains at least one element that matches a predicate" {434            val list = listOf(1, 2, 3)435            list.shouldExist { it == 2 }436         }437      }438      "shouldHaveAtLeastSize" should {439         "test that a collection has at least a certain number of elements" {440            val list = listOf(1, 2, 3)441            list.shouldHaveAtLeastSize(2)442            list shouldHave atLeastSize(2)443            val set = setOf(1, 2, 3)444            set.shouldHaveAtLeastSize(3)445            set shouldHave atLeastSize(3)446            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {447               list.shouldHaveAtLeastSize(4)448            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection [1, 2, 3] should contain at least 4 elements")449            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {450               list shouldHave atLeastSize(4)451            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection [1, 2, 3] should contain at least 4 elements")452            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {453               list shouldNotHave atLeastSize(2)454            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection [1, 2, 3] should contain less than 2 elements")455         }456      }457      "shouldHaveAtMostSize" should {458         "test that a collection has at least a certain number of elements" {459            val list = listOf(1, 2, 3)460            list.shouldHaveAtMostSize(3)461            list shouldHave atMostSize(3)462            list.shouldHaveAtMostSize(4)463            list shouldHave atMostSize(4)464            val set = setOf(1, 2, 3)465            set.shouldHaveAtMostSize(3)466            set shouldHave atMostSize(3)467            set.shouldHaveAtMostSize(4)468            set shouldHave atMostSize(4)469            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {470               list.shouldHaveAtMostSize(2)471            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection [1, 2, 3] should contain at most 2 elements")472            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {473               list shouldHave atMostSize(2)474            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection [1, 2, 3] should contain at most 2 elements")475            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {476               list shouldNotHave atMostSize(4)477            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection [1, 2, 3] should contain more than 4 elements")478         }479      }480      "containNoNulls" should {481         "test that a collection contains zero nulls"  {482            emptyList<String>() should containNoNulls()483            listOf(1, 2, 3) should containNoNulls()484            listOf(null, null, null) shouldNot containNoNulls()485            listOf(1, null, null) shouldNot containNoNulls()486            emptyList<String>().shouldContainNoNulls()487            listOf(1, 2, 3).shouldContainNoNulls()488            listOf(null, null, null).shouldNotContainNoNulls()489            listOf(1, null, null).shouldNotContainNoNulls()490            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {491               listOf(null, null, null).shouldContainNoNulls()492            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection should not contain nulls")493            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {494               listOf(1, 2, 3).shouldNotContainNoNulls()495            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection should have at least one null")496         }497         "support type inference for subtypes of collection" {498            val tests = listOf(499               TestSealed.Test1("test1"),500               TestSealed.Test2(2)501            )502            tests should containNoNulls()503            tests.shouldContainNoNulls()504         }505      }506      "containOnlyNulls" should {507         "test that a collection contains only nulls"  {508            emptyList<String>() should containOnlyNulls()509            listOf(null, null, null) should containOnlyNulls()510            listOf(1, null, null) shouldNot containOnlyNulls()511            listOf(1, 2, 3) shouldNot containOnlyNulls()512            listOf(null, 1, 2, 3).shouldNotContainOnlyNulls()513            listOf(1, 2, 3).shouldNotContainOnlyNulls()514            listOf(null, null, null).shouldContainOnlyNulls()515         }516      }517      "matchInOrder" should {518         "test that a collection matches the assertions in the given order, duplicates permitted" {519            withClue("Gaps not allowed") {520               shouldFail {521                  listOf(1, 2, 2, 3) should matchInOrder(522                     { it shouldBe 1 },523                     { it shouldBe 2 },524                     { it shouldBe 3 }525                  )526               }527            }528            arrayOf(2, 2, 3).shouldMatchInOrder(529               { it shouldBe 2 },530               { it shouldBe 2 },531               { it shouldBe 3 },532            )533         }534         "failure shows best result" {535            shouldFail {536               listOf(1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 1, 2).shouldMatchInOrder(537                  { it shouldBe 1 },538                  { it shouldBe 2 },539                  { it shouldBe 1 },540                  { it shouldBe 3 },541               )542            }.message shouldBe """543               Expected a sequence of elements to pass the assertions, but failed to match all assertions544               Best result when comparing from index [3], where 3 elements passed, but the following elements failed:545               6 => expected:<3> but was:<2>546            """.trimIndent()547         }548         "Non existing element causes error" {549            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {550               listOf(1, 2, 3).shouldMatchInOrder(551                  { it shouldBe 1 },552                  { it shouldBe 2 },553                  { it shouldBe 6 }554               )555            }556         }557         "out-of-order elements cause error" {558            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {559               listOf(1, 2, 3) should matchInOrder(560                  { it shouldBe 2 },561                  { it shouldBe 1 },562                  { it shouldBe 3 }563               )564            }565         }566         "work with unsorted collections" {567            val actual = listOf(5, 3, 1, 2, 4, 2)568            withClue("should match 4th, 5th and 6th elements ([.., 2, 4, 2])") {569               actual should matchInOrder(570                  { it shouldBe 2 },571                  { it shouldBeGreaterThan 3 },572                  { it shouldBeInRange 2..2 }573               )574            }575         }576         "negation should work" {577            shouldFail {578               listOf(1, 2, 3, 4).shouldNotMatchInOrder(579                  { it shouldBe 2 },580                  { it shouldBe 3 },581               )582            }.message shouldBe """583               Expected some assertion to fail but all passed584            """.trimIndent()585            listOf(1, 2, 3, 4).shouldNotMatchInOrder(586               { it shouldBe 2 },587               { it shouldBe 4 }588            )589         }590      }591      "matchInOrderSubset" should {592         "test that a collection matches the assertions in the given order without gaps" {593            listOf(1, 1, 2, 2, 3, 3) should matchInOrderSubset(594               { it shouldBe 1 },595               { it shouldBe 2 },596               { it shouldBe 2 },597               { it shouldBe 3 }598            )599            arrayOf(1, 1, 1).shouldMatchInOrderSubset(600               { it shouldBe 1 }601            )602         }603         "Negation should work" {604            shouldFail {605               listOf(1, 2, 3, 4).shouldNotMatchInOrderSubset(606                  { it shouldBe 2 },607                  { it shouldBe 4 },608               )609            }.message shouldBe """610               Expected some assertion to fail but all passed611            """.trimIndent()612            arrayOf(1, 2, 3, 4).shouldNotMatchInOrder(613               { it shouldBe 4 },614               { it shouldBe 1 }615            )616         }617         "Non existing element causes error" {618            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {619               listOf(1, 1, 2, 2, 3, 3) should matchInOrderSubset(620                  { it shouldBe 1 },621                  { it shouldBe 2 },622                  { it shouldBe 6 }623               )624            }.message shouldBe """625               Expected a sequence of elements to pass the assertions, possibly with gaps between but failed to match all assertions626               Best result when comparing from index [0], where 2 elements passed, but the following elements failed:627               3 => expected:<6> but was:<2>628               4 => expected:<6> but was:<3>629               5 => expected:<6> but was:<3>630            """.trimIndent()631         }632         "out-of-order elements cause error" {633            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {634               listOf(1, 2, 3) should matchInOrderSubset(635                  { it shouldBe 2 },636                  { it shouldBe 1 },637                  { it shouldBe 3 }638               )639            }640         }641         "gaps should be ok" {642            listOf(1, 1, 2, 2, 3, 3) should matchInOrderSubset(643               { it shouldBe 1 },644               { it shouldBe 2 },645               { it shouldBe 3 }646            )647         }648         "work with unsorted collections" {649            val actual = listOf(5, 3, 1, 2, 4, 2)650            withClue("should match 4th, 5th and 6th elements ([.., 2, 4, 2])") {651               actual should matchInOrderSubset(652                  { it shouldBe 2 },653                  { it shouldBeGreaterThan 3 },654                  { it shouldBeInRange 2..2 }655               )656            }657         }658      }659      "matchEach" should {660         "test that a collection matches the assertions in the given order without gaps" {661            listOf(1, 3, 7) should matchEach(662               { it shouldBe 1 },663               { it shouldBeInRange 2..4 },664               { it shouldBeGreaterThan 2 }665            )666         }667         "Negation should work" {668            shouldFail{669               listOf(1, 2).shouldNotMatchEach(670                  { it shouldBe 1 },671                  { it shouldBe 2 },672               )673            }.message shouldBe """674               Expected some element to fail its assertion, but all passed.675            """.trimIndent()676            arrayOf(1, 2).shouldNotMatchEach(677               { it shouldBe 2 },678               { it shouldBe 1 }679            )680         }681         "No assertion exists for each element" {682            shouldFail {683               listOf(1, -1, 999) should matchEach(684                  { it shouldBe 1 }685               )686            }.message shouldBe """687               Expected each element to pass its assertion, but found issues at indexes: [1, 2]688               1 => Element has no corresponding assertion. Only 1 assertions provided689               2 => Element has no corresponding assertion. Only 1 assertions provided690            """.trimIndent()691         }692         "Too many assertions cause error" {693            shouldFail {694               listOf(1, 3, 7) should matchEach(695                  { it shouldBe 1 },696                  { it shouldBe 3 },697                  { it shouldBe 7 },698                  { it shouldBe 7 },699                  { it shouldBe 7 },700               )701            }.message shouldBe """702               Expected each element to pass its assertion, but found issues at indexes: [3, 4]703               3 => No actual element for assertion at index 3704               4 => No actual element for assertion at index 4705            """.trimIndent()706         }707         "Non matching element causes error" {708            shouldFail {709               listOf(1, 3, 7) should matchEach(710                  { it shouldBe 1 },711                  { it shouldBeInRange 2..4 },712                  { it shouldBeGreaterThan 7 }713               )714            }.message shouldBe """715               Expected each element to pass its assertion, but found issues at indexes: [2]716               2 => 7 should be > 7717            """.trimIndent()718         }719         "out-of-order elements cause error" {720            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {721               setOf(2, 3, 1) should matchEach(722                  { it shouldBe 2 },723                  { it shouldBe 1 },724                  { it shouldBe 3 }725               )726            }.message shouldBe """727               Expected each element to pass its assertion, but found issues at indexes: [1, 2]728               1 => expected:<1> but was:<3>729               2 => expected:<3> but was:<1>730            """.trimIndent()731         }732         "gaps cause errors" {733            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {734               listOf(1, 1, 2, 2, 3, 3) should matchEach(735                  { it shouldBe 1 },736                  { it shouldBe 2 },737                  { it shouldBe 3 }738               )739            }.message shouldBe """740               Expected each element to pass its assertion, but found issues at indexes: [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]741               1 => expected:<2> but was:<1>742               2 => expected:<3> but was:<2>743               3 => Element has no corresponding assertion. Only 3 assertions provided744               4 => Element has no corresponding assertion. Only 3 assertions provided745               5 => Element has no corresponding assertion. Only 3 assertions provided746            """.trimIndent()747         }748      }749      "existInOrder" should {750         "test that a collection matches the predicates in the given order, duplicates permitted" {751            val col = listOf(1, 1, 2, 2, 3, 3)752            col should existInOrder(753               { it == 1 },754               { it == 2 },755               { it == 3 }756            )757            col should existInOrder({ it == 1 })758            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {759               col should existInOrder(760                  { it == 1 },761                  { it == 2 },762                  { it == 6 }763               )764            }765            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {766               col should existInOrder({ it == 4 })767            }768            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {769               col should existInOrder(770                  { it == 2 },771                  { it == 1 },772                  { it == 3 }773               )774            }775         }776         "work with unsorted collections" {777            val actual = listOf(5, 3, 1, 2, 4, 2)778            actual should existInOrder(779               { it == 3 },780               { it == 2 },781               { it == 2 }782            )783         }784      }785      "Contain any" should {786         "Fail when the list is empty" {787            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {788               listOf(1, 2, 3).shouldContainAnyOf(emptyList())789            }.shouldHaveMessage("Asserting content on empty collection. Use Collection.shouldBeEmpty() instead.")790         }791         "Pass when one element is in the list" {792            listOf(1, 2, 3).shouldContainAnyOf(1)793         }794         "Pass when all elements are in the list" {795            listOf(1, 2, 3).shouldContainAnyOf(1, 2, 3)796         }797         "Fail when no element is in the list" {798            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {799               listOf(1, 2, 3).shouldContainAnyOf(4)800            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection [1, 2, 3] should contain any of [4]")801         }802      }803      "Contain any (negative)" should {804         "Fail when the list is empty" {805            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {806               listOf(1, 2, 3).shouldNotContainAnyOf(emptyList())807            }.shouldHaveMessage("Asserting content on empty collection. Use Collection.shouldBeEmpty() instead.")808         }809         "Pass when no element is present in the list" {810            listOf(1, 2, 3).shouldNotContainAnyOf(4)811         }812         "Fail when one element is in the list" {813            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {814               listOf(1, 2, 3).shouldNotContainAnyOf(1)815            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection [1, 2, 3] should not contain any of [1]")816         }817         "Fail when all elements are in the list" {818            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {819               listOf(1, 2, 3).shouldNotContainAnyOf(1, 2, 3)820            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection [1, 2, 3] should not contain any of [1, 2, 3]")821         }822      }823      "Be in" should {824         "Pass when the element is in the list" {825            val foo = Foo("Bar")826            val list = listOf(foo)827            foo shouldBeIn list828         }829         "Fail when the element is not in the list" {830            val foo1 = Foo("Bar")831            val foo2 = Foo("Booz")832            val list = listOf(foo1)833            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {834               foo2.shouldBeIn(list)835            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection should contain Foo(bar=Booz), but doesn't. Possible values: [Foo(bar=Bar)]")836         }837         "Pass when there's an equal element, but not the same instance in the list" {838            val foo1 = Foo("Bar")839            val foo2 = Foo("Bar")840            val list = listOf(foo1)841            shouldNotThrow<AssertionError> { foo2 shouldBeIn list }842         }843         "Pass when there's an equal element, but not the same instance in the array" {844            val foo1 = Foo("Bar")845            val foo2 = Foo("Bar")846            val list = arrayOf(foo1)847            shouldNotThrow<AssertionError> { foo2 shouldBeIn list }848         }849         "Fail when the list is empty" {850            val foo = Foo("Bar")851            val list = emptyList<Foo>()852            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {853               foo shouldBeIn list854            }.shouldHaveMessage("Asserting content on empty collection. Use Collection.shouldBeEmpty() instead.")855         }856      }857      "Be in (negative)" should {858         "Fail when the element is in the list" {859            val foo = Foo("Bar")860            val list = listOf(foo)861            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {862               foo shouldNotBeIn list863            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection should not contain Foo(bar=Bar), but does. Forbidden values: [Foo(bar=Bar)]")864         }865         "Pass when the element is not in the list" {866            val foo1 = Foo("Bar")867            val foo2 = Foo("Booz")868            val list = listOf(foo1)869            shouldNotThrow<AssertionError> {870               foo2.shouldNotBeIn(list)871            }872         }873         "Fail when there's an equal element, but not the same instance in the list" {874            val foo1 = Foo("Bar")875            val foo2 = Foo("Bar")876            val list = listOf(foo1)877            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {878               foo2 shouldNotBeIn list879            }.shouldHaveMessage("Collection should not contain Foo(bar=Bar), but does. Forbidden values: [Foo(bar=Bar)]")880         }881         "Fail when the list is empty" {882            val foo = Foo("Bar")883            val list = emptyList<Foo>()884            shouldThrow<AssertionError> {885               foo shouldNotBeIn list886            }.shouldHaveMessage("Asserting content on empty collection. Use Collection.shouldBeEmpty() instead.")887         }888      }889   }890}891private data class Foo(val bar: String)892sealed class TestSealed {893   data class Test1(val value: String) : TestSealed()894   data class Test2(val value: Int) : TestSealed()895}...

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1package io.kotest.matchers.collections2import io.kotest.assertions.show.show3import io.kotest.matchers.Matcher4import io.kotest.matchers.MatcherResult5import io.kotest.matchers.neverNullMatcher6import io.kotest.matchers.should7import io.kotest.matchers.shouldHave8import io.kotest.matchers.shouldNot9import kotlin.jvm.JvmName10fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldContainOnlyNulls() = toList().shouldContainOnlyNulls()11fun <T> Array<T>.shouldContainOnlyNulls() = asList().shouldContainOnlyNulls()12fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldContainOnlyNulls() = this should containOnlyNulls()13fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldNotContainOnlyNulls() = toList().shouldNotContainOnlyNulls()14fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotContainOnlyNulls() = asList().shouldNotContainOnlyNulls()15fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldNotContainOnlyNulls() = this shouldNot containOnlyNulls()16fun <T> containOnlyNulls() = object : Matcher<Collection<T>> {17   override fun test(value: Collection<T>) =18      MatcherResult(19         value.all { it == null },20         "Collection should contain only nulls",21         "Collection should not contain only nulls"22      )23}24fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldContainNull() = toList().shouldContainNull()25fun <T> Array<T>.shouldContainNull() = asList().shouldContainNull()26fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldContainNull() = this should containNull()27fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldNotContainNull() = toList().shouldNotContainNull()28fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotContainNull() = asList().shouldNotContainNull()29fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldNotContainNull() = this shouldNot containNull()30fun <T> containNull() = object : Matcher<Collection<T>> {31   override fun test(value: Collection<T>) =32      MatcherResult(33         value.any { it == null },34         "Collection should contain at least one null",35         "Collection should not contain any nulls"36      )37}38fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldHaveElementAt(index: Int, element: T) = toList().shouldHaveElementAt(index, element)39fun <T> Array<T>.shouldHaveElementAt(index: Int, element: T) = asList().shouldHaveElementAt(index, element)40fun <T> List<T>.shouldHaveElementAt(index: Int, element: T) = this should haveElementAt(index, element)41fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldNotHaveElementAt(index: Int, element: T) = toList().shouldNotHaveElementAt(index, element)42fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotHaveElementAt(index: Int, element: T) = asList().shouldNotHaveElementAt(index, element)43fun <T> List<T>.shouldNotHaveElementAt(index: Int, element: T) = this shouldNot haveElementAt(index, element)44fun <T, L : List<T>> haveElementAt(index: Int, element: T) = object : Matcher<L> {45   override fun test(value: L) =46      MatcherResult(47         value[index] == element,48         { "Collection should contain ${element.show().value} at index $index" },49         { "Collection should not contain ${element.show().value} at index $index" }50      )51}52fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldContainNoNulls() = toList().shouldContainNoNulls()53fun <T> Array<T>.shouldContainNoNulls() = asList().shouldContainNoNulls()54fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldContainNoNulls() = this should containNoNulls()55fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldNotContainNoNulls() = toList().shouldNotContainNoNulls()56fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotContainNoNulls() = asList().shouldNotContainNoNulls()57fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldNotContainNoNulls() = this shouldNot containNoNulls()58fun <T> containNoNulls() = object : Matcher<Collection<T>> {59   override fun test(value: Collection<T>) =60      MatcherResult(61         value.all { it != null },62         { "Collection should not contain nulls" },63         { "Collection should have at least one null" }64      )65}66infix fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotContainExactlyInAnyOrder(expected: Array<T>) =67   asList().shouldNotContainExactlyInAnyOrder(expected.asList())68infix fun <T, C : Collection<T>> C?.shouldNotContainExactlyInAnyOrder(expected: C) =69   this shouldNot containExactlyInAnyOrder(expected)70fun <T, C : Collection<T>> C?.shouldNotContainExactlyInAnyOrder(vararg expected: T) =71   this shouldNot containExactlyInAnyOrder(*expected)72infix fun <T> Array<T>.shouldContainExactlyInAnyOrder(expected: Array<T>) =73   asList().shouldContainExactlyInAnyOrder(expected.asList())74infix fun <T, C : Collection<T>> C?.shouldContainExactlyInAnyOrder(expected: C) =75   this should containExactlyInAnyOrder(expected)76fun <T, C : Collection<T>> C?.shouldContainExactlyInAnyOrder(vararg expected: T) =77   this should containExactlyInAnyOrder(*expected)78fun <T> containExactlyInAnyOrder(vararg expected: T): Matcher<Collection<T>?> =79   containExactlyInAnyOrder(expected.asList())80/** Assert that a collection contains exactly the given values and nothing else, in any order. */81fun <T, C : Collection<T>> containExactlyInAnyOrder(expected: C): Matcher<C?> = neverNullMatcher { value ->82   val valueGroupedCounts: Map<T, Int> = value.groupBy { it }.mapValues { it.value.size }83   val expectedGroupedCounts: Map<T, Int> = expected.groupBy { it }.mapValues { it.value.size }84   val passed = expectedGroupedCounts.size == valueGroupedCounts.size85      && expectedGroupedCounts.all { valueGroupedCounts[it.key] == it.value }86   MatcherResult(87      passed,88      "Collection should contain ${expected.show().value} in any order, but was ${value.show().value}",89      "Collection should not contain exactly ${expected.show().value} in any order"90   )91}92infix fun <T : Comparable<T>> Iterable<T>.shouldHaveUpperBound(t: T) = toList().shouldHaveUpperBound(t)93infix fun <T : Comparable<T>> Array<T>.shouldHaveUpperBound(t: T) = asList().shouldHaveUpperBound(t)94infix fun <T : Comparable<T>, C : Collection<T>> C.shouldHaveUpperBound(t: T) = this should haveUpperBound(t)95fun <T : Comparable<T>, C : Collection<T>> haveUpperBound(t: T) = object : Matcher<C> {96   override fun test(value: C) = MatcherResult(97      value.all { it <= t },98      "Collection should have upper bound $t",99      "Collection should not have upper bound $t"100   )101}102infix fun <T : Comparable<T>> Iterable<T>.shouldHaveLowerBound(t: T) = toList().shouldHaveLowerBound(t)103infix fun <T : Comparable<T>> Array<T>.shouldHaveLowerBound(t: T) = asList().shouldHaveLowerBound(t)104infix fun <T : Comparable<T>, C : Collection<T>> C.shouldHaveLowerBound(t: T) = this should haveLowerBound(t)105fun <T : Comparable<T>, C : Collection<T>> haveLowerBound(t: T) = object : Matcher<C> {106   override fun test(value: C) = MatcherResult(107      value.all { t <= it },108      "Collection should have lower bound $t",109      "Collection should not have lower bound $t"110   )111}112fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldBeUnique() = toList().shouldBeUnique()113fun <T> Array<T>.shouldBeUnique() = asList().shouldBeUnique()114fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldBeUnique() = this should beUnique()115fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldNotBeUnique() = toList().shouldNotBeUnique()116fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotBeUnique() = asList().shouldNotBeUnique()117fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldNotBeUnique() = this shouldNot beUnique()118fun <T> beUnique() = object : Matcher<Collection<T>> {119   override fun test(value: Collection<T>) = MatcherResult(120      value.toSet().size == value.size,121      "Collection should be Unique",122      "Collection should contain at least one duplicate element"123   )124}125fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldContainDuplicates() = toList().shouldContainDuplicates()126fun <T> Array<T>.shouldContainDuplicates() = asList().shouldContainDuplicates()127fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldContainDuplicates() = this should containDuplicates()128fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldNotContainDuplicates() = toList().shouldNotContainDuplicates()129fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotContainDuplicates() = asList().shouldNotContainDuplicates()130fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldNotContainDuplicates() = this shouldNot containDuplicates()131fun <T> containDuplicates() = object : Matcher<Collection<T>> {132   override fun test(value: Collection<T>) = MatcherResult(133      value.toSet().size < value.size,134      "Collection should contain duplicates",135      "Collection should not contain duplicates"136   )137}138fun <T> beSortedWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>): Matcher<List<T>> = sortedWith(comparator)139fun <T> beSortedWith(cmp: (T, T) -> Int): Matcher<List<T>> = sortedWith(cmp)140fun <T> sortedWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>): Matcher<List<T>> = sortedWith { a, b ->141   comparator.compare(a, b)142}143fun <T> sortedWith(cmp: (T, T) -> Int): Matcher<List<T>> = object : Matcher<List<T>> {144   override fun test(value: List<T>): MatcherResult {145      val failure = value.withIndex().firstOrNull { (i, it) -> i != value.lastIndex && cmp(it, value[i + 1]) > 0 }146      val snippet = value.joinToString(",", limit = 10)147      val elementMessage = when (failure) {148         null -> ""149         else -> ". Element ${failure.value} at index ${failure.index} shouldn't precede element ${value[failure.index + 1]}"150      }151      return MatcherResult(152         failure == null,153         "List [$snippet] should be sorted$elementMessage",154         "List [$snippet] should not be sorted"155      )156   }157}158fun <T : Comparable<T>> Iterable<T>.shouldBeSorted() = toList().shouldBeSorted()159fun <T : Comparable<T>> Array<T>.shouldBeSorted() = asList().shouldBeSorted()160fun <T : Comparable<T>> List<T>.shouldBeSorted() = this should beSorted<T>()161fun <T : Comparable<T>> Iterable<T>.shouldNotBeSorted() = toList().shouldNotBeSorted()162fun <T : Comparable<T>> Array<T>.shouldNotBeSorted() = asList().shouldNotBeSorted()163fun <T : Comparable<T>> List<T>.shouldNotBeSorted() = this shouldNot beSorted<T>()164infix fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldBeSortedWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) = toList().shouldBeSortedWith(comparator)165infix fun <T> Array<T>.shouldBeSortedWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) = asList().shouldBeSortedWith(comparator)166infix fun <T> List<T>.shouldBeSortedWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) = this should beSortedWith(comparator)167infix fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldNotBeSortedWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) = toList().shouldNotBeSortedWith(comparator)168infix fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotBeSortedWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) = asList().shouldNotBeSortedWith(comparator)169infix fun <T> List<T>.shouldNotBeSortedWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) = this shouldNot beSortedWith(comparator)170infix fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldBeSortedWith(cmp: (T, T) -> Int) = toList().shouldBeSortedWith(cmp)171infix fun <T> Array<T>.shouldBeSortedWith(cmp: (T, T) -> Int) = asList().shouldBeSortedWith(cmp)172infix fun <T> List<T>.shouldBeSortedWith(cmp: (T, T) -> Int) = this should beSortedWith(cmp)173infix fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldNotBeSortedWith(cmp: (T, T) -> Int) = toList().shouldNotBeSortedWith(cmp)174infix fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotBeSortedWith(cmp: (T, T) -> Int) = asList().shouldNotBeSortedWith(cmp)175infix fun <T> List<T>.shouldNotBeSortedWith(cmp: (T, T) -> Int) = this shouldNot beSortedWith(cmp)176fun <T : Comparable<T>> Iterable<T>.shouldBeMonotonicallyIncreasing() = toList().shouldBeMonotonicallyIncreasing()177fun <T : Comparable<T>> Array<T>.shouldBeMonotonicallyIncreasing() = asList().shouldBeMonotonicallyIncreasing()178fun <T : Comparable<T>> List<T>.shouldBeMonotonicallyIncreasing() = this should beMonotonicallyIncreasing<T>()179fun <T : Comparable<T>> Iterable<T>.shouldNotBeMonotonicallyIncreasing() = toList().shouldNotBeMonotonicallyIncreasing()180fun <T : Comparable<T>> Array<T>.shouldNotBeMonotonicallyIncreasing() = asList().shouldNotBeMonotonicallyIncreasing()181fun <T : Comparable<T>> List<T>.shouldNotBeMonotonicallyIncreasing() = this shouldNot beMonotonicallyIncreasing<T>()182fun <T> List<T>.shouldBeMonotonicallyIncreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =183   this should beMonotonicallyIncreasingWith(comparator)184fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldBeMonotonicallyIncreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =185   toList().shouldBeMonotonicallyIncreasingWith(comparator)186fun <T> Array<T>.shouldBeMonotonicallyIncreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =187   asList().shouldBeMonotonicallyIncreasingWith(comparator)188fun <T> List<T>.shouldNotBeMonotonicallyIncreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =189   this shouldNot beMonotonicallyIncreasingWith(comparator)190fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldNotBeMonotonicallyIncreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =191   toList().shouldNotBeMonotonicallyIncreasingWith(comparator)192fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotBeMonotonicallyIncreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =193   asList().shouldNotBeMonotonicallyIncreasingWith(comparator)194fun <T : Comparable<T>> Iterable<T>.shouldBeMonotonicallyDecreasing() = toList().shouldBeMonotonicallyDecreasing()195fun <T : Comparable<T>> Array<T>.shouldBeMonotonicallyDecreasing() = asList().shouldBeMonotonicallyDecreasing()196fun <T : Comparable<T>> List<T>.shouldBeMonotonicallyDecreasing() = this should beMonotonicallyDecreasing<T>()197fun <T : Comparable<T>> Iterable<T>.shouldNotBeMonotonicallyDecreasing() = toList().shouldNotBeMonotonicallyDecreasing()198fun <T : Comparable<T>> Array<T>.shouldNotBeMonotonicallyDecreasing() = asList().shouldNotBeMonotonicallyDecreasing()199fun <T : Comparable<T>> List<T>.shouldNotBeMonotonicallyDecreasing() = this shouldNot beMonotonicallyDecreasing<T>()200fun <T> List<T>.shouldBeMonotonicallyDecreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =201   this should beMonotonicallyDecreasingWith(comparator)202fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldBeMonotonicallyDecreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =203   toList().shouldBeMonotonicallyDecreasingWith(comparator)204fun <T> Array<T>.shouldBeMonotonicallyDecreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =205   asList().shouldBeMonotonicallyDecreasingWith(comparator)206fun <T> List<T>.shouldNotBeMonotonicallyDecreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =207   this shouldNot beMonotonicallyDecreasingWith(comparator)208fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldNotBeMonotonicallyDecreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =209   toList().shouldNotBeMonotonicallyDecreasingWith(comparator)210fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotBeMonotonicallyDecreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =211   asList().shouldNotBeMonotonicallyDecreasingWith(comparator)212fun <T : Comparable<T>> Iterable<T>.shouldBeStrictlyIncreasing() = toList().shouldBeStrictlyIncreasing()213fun <T : Comparable<T>> Array<T>.shouldBeStrictlyIncreasing() = asList().shouldBeStrictlyIncreasing()214fun <T : Comparable<T>> List<T>.shouldBeStrictlyIncreasing() = this should beStrictlyIncreasing<T>()215fun <T : Comparable<T>> Iterable<T>.shouldNotBeStrictlyIncreasing() = toList().shouldNotBeStrictlyIncreasing()216fun <T : Comparable<T>> Array<T>.shouldNotBeStrictlyIncreasing() = asList().shouldNotBeStrictlyIncreasing()217fun <T : Comparable<T>> List<T>.shouldNotBeStrictlyIncreasing() = this shouldNot beStrictlyIncreasing<T>()218fun <T> List<T>.shouldBeStrictlyIncreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =219   this should beStrictlyIncreasingWith(comparator)220fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldBeStrictlyIncreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =221   toList().shouldBeStrictlyIncreasingWith(comparator)222fun <T> Array<T>.shouldBeStrictlyIncreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =223   asList().shouldBeStrictlyIncreasingWith(comparator)224fun <T> List<T>.shouldNotBeStrictlyIncreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =225   this shouldNot beStrictlyIncreasingWith(comparator)226fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldNotBeStrictlyIncreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =227   toList().shouldNotBeStrictlyIncreasingWith(comparator)228fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotBeStrictlyIncreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =229   asList().shouldNotBeStrictlyIncreasingWith(comparator)230fun <T : Comparable<T>> Iterable<T>.shouldBeStrictlyDecreasing() = toList().shouldBeStrictlyDecreasing()231fun <T : Comparable<T>> List<T>.shouldBeStrictlyDecreasing() = this should beStrictlyDecreasing<T>()232fun <T : Comparable<T>> Iterable<T>.shouldNotBeStrictlyDecreasing() = toList().shouldNotBeStrictlyDecreasing()233fun <T : Comparable<T>> List<T>.shouldNotBeStrictlyDecreasing() = this shouldNot beStrictlyDecreasing<T>()234fun <T> List<T>.shouldBeStrictlyDecreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =235   this should beStrictlyDecreasingWith(comparator)236fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldBeStrictlyDecreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =237   toList().shouldBeStrictlyDecreasingWith(comparator)238fun <T> Array<T>.shouldBeStrictlyDecreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =239   asList().shouldBeStrictlyDecreasingWith(comparator)240fun <T> List<T>.shouldNotBeStrictlyDecreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =241   this shouldNot beStrictlyDecreasingWith(comparator)242fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldNotBeStrictlyDecreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =243   toList().shouldNotBeStrictlyDecreasingWith(comparator)244fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotBeStrictlyDecreasingWith(comparator: Comparator<in T>) =245   asList().shouldNotBeStrictlyDecreasingWith(comparator)246infix fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldHaveSingleElement(t: T) = toList().shouldHaveSingleElement(t)247infix fun <T> Array<T>.shouldHaveSingleElement(t: T) = asList().shouldHaveSingleElement(t)248infix fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldHaveSingleElement(p: (T) -> Boolean) = toList().shouldHaveSingleElement(p)249infix fun <T> Array<T>.shouldHaveSingleElement(p: (T) -> Boolean) = asList().shouldHaveSingleElement(p)250infix fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldHaveSingleElement(t: T) = this should singleElement(t)251infix fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldHaveSingleElement(p: (T) -> Boolean) = this should singleElement(p)252infix fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldNotHaveSingleElement(t: T) = toList().shouldNotHaveSingleElement(t)253infix fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotHaveSingleElement(t: T) = asList().shouldNotHaveSingleElement(t)254infix fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldNotHaveSingleElement(t: T) = this shouldNot singleElement(t)255infix fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldHaveSize(size: Int) = toList().shouldHaveSize(size)256infix fun <T> Array<T>.shouldHaveSize(size: Int) = asList().shouldHaveSize(size)257infix fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldHaveSize(size: Int) = this should haveSize(size = size)258infix fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldNotHaveSize(size: Int) = toList().shouldNotHaveSize(size)259infix fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotHaveSize(size: Int) = asList().shouldNotHaveSize(size)260infix fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldNotHaveSize(size: Int) = this shouldNot haveSize(size)261/**262 * Verifies this collection contains only one element263 *264 * This assertion is an alias to `collection shouldHaveSize 1`. This will pass if the collection have exactly one element265 * (definition of a Singleton Collection)266 *267 * ```268 * listOf(1).shouldBeSingleton()    // Assertion passes269 * listOf(1, 2).shouldBeSingleton() // Assertion fails270 * ```271 *272 * @see [shouldHaveSize]273 * @see [shouldNotBeSingleton]274 * @see [shouldHaveSingleElement]275 */276fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldBeSingleton() = this shouldHaveSize 1277fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldBeSingleton() = toList().shouldBeSingleton()278fun <T> Array<T>.shouldBeSingleton() = asList().shouldBeSingleton()279inline fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldBeSingleton(fn: (T) -> Unit) {280   this.shouldBeSingleton()281   fn(this.first())282}283inline fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldBeSingleton(fn: (T) -> Unit) {284   toList().shouldBeSingleton(fn)285}286inline fun <T> Array<T>.shouldBeSingleton(fn: (T) -> Unit) {287   asList().shouldBeSingleton(fn)288}289/**290 * Verifies this collection doesn't contain only one element291 *292 * This assertion is an alias to `collection shouldNotHaveSize 1`. This will pass if the collection doesn't have exactly one element293 * (definition of a Singleton Collection)294 *295 * ```296 * listOf(1, 2).shouldNotBeSingleton()    // Assertion passes297 * listOf<Int>().shouldNotBeSingleton()   // Assertion passes298 * listOf(1).shouldNotBeSingleton()       // Assertion fails299 * ```300 *301 * @see [shouldNotHaveSize]302 * @see [shouldBeSingleton]303 * @see [shouldNotHaveSingleElement]304 */305fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldNotBeSingleton() = this shouldNotHaveSize 1306fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldNotBeSingleton() = toList().shouldNotBeSingleton()307fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotBeSingleton() = asList().shouldNotBeSingleton()308infix fun <T, U> Iterable<T>.shouldBeLargerThan(other: Collection<U>) = toList().shouldBeLargerThan(other)309infix fun <T, U> Array<T>.shouldBeLargerThan(other: Collection<U>) = asList().shouldBeLargerThan(other)310infix fun <T, U> Iterable<T>.shouldBeLargerThan(other: Iterable<U>) = toList().shouldBeLargerThan(other.toList())311infix fun <T, U> Array<T>.shouldBeLargerThan(other: Array<U>) = asList().shouldBeLargerThan(other.asList())312infix fun <T, U> Collection<T>.shouldBeLargerThan(other: Collection<U>) = this should beLargerThan(other)313fun <T, U> beLargerThan(other: Collection<U>) = object : Matcher<Collection<T>> {314   override fun test(value: Collection<T>) = MatcherResult(315      value.size > other.size,316      "Collection of size ${value.size} should be larger than collection of size ${other.size}",317      "Collection of size ${value.size} should not be larger than collection of size ${other.size}"318   )319}320infix fun <T, U> Iterable<T>.shouldBeSmallerThan(other: Collection<U>) = toList().shouldBeSmallerThan(other)321infix fun <T, U> Array<T>.shouldBeSmallerThan(other: Collection<U>) = asList().shouldBeSmallerThan(other)322infix fun <T, U> Iterable<T>.shouldBeSmallerThan(other: Iterable<U>) = toList().shouldBeSmallerThan(other.toList())323infix fun <T, U> Array<T>.shouldBeSmallerThan(other: Array<U>) = asList().shouldBeSmallerThan(other.asList())324infix fun <T, U> Collection<T>.shouldBeSmallerThan(other: Collection<U>) = this should beSmallerThan(other)325fun <T, U> beSmallerThan(other: Collection<U>) = object : Matcher<Collection<T>> {326   override fun test(value: Collection<T>) = MatcherResult(327      value.size < other.size,328      "Collection of size ${value.size} should be smaller than collection of size ${other.size}",329      "Collection of size ${value.size} should not be smaller than collection of size ${other.size}"330   )331}332infix fun <T, U> Iterable<T>.shouldBeSameSizeAs(other: Collection<U>) = toList().shouldBeSameSizeAs(other)333infix fun <T, U> Array<T>.shouldBeSameSizeAs(other: Collection<U>) = asList().shouldBeSameSizeAs(other)334infix fun <T, U> Iterable<T>.shouldBeSameSizeAs(other: Iterable<U>) = toList().shouldBeSameSizeAs(other.toList())335infix fun <T, U> Array<T>.shouldBeSameSizeAs(other: Array<U>) = asList().shouldBeSameSizeAs(other.asList())336infix fun <T, U> Collection<T>.shouldBeSameSizeAs(other: Collection<U>) = this should beSameSizeAs(other)337fun <T, U> beSameSizeAs(other: Collection<U>) = object : Matcher<Collection<T>> {338   override fun test(value: Collection<T>) = MatcherResult(339      value.size == other.size,340      "Collection of size ${value.size} should be the same size as collection of size ${other.size}",341      "Collection of size ${value.size} should not be the same size as collection of size ${other.size}"342   )343}344infix fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldHaveAtLeastSize(n: Int) = toList().shouldHaveAtLeastSize(n)345infix fun <T> Array<T>.shouldHaveAtLeastSize(n: Int) = asList().shouldHaveAtLeastSize(n)346infix fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldHaveAtLeastSize(n: Int) = this shouldHave atLeastSize(n)347fun <T> atLeastSize(n: Int) = object : Matcher<Collection<T>> {348   override fun test(value: Collection<T>) = MatcherResult(349      value.size >= n,350      "Collection should contain at least $n elements",351      "Collection should contain less than $n elements"352   )353}354infix fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldHaveAtMostSize(n: Int) = toList().shouldHaveAtMostSize(n)355infix fun <T> Array<T>.shouldHaveAtMostSize(n: Int) = asList().shouldHaveAtMostSize(n)356infix fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldHaveAtMostSize(n: Int) = this shouldHave atMostSize(n)357fun <T> atMostSize(n: Int) = object : Matcher<Collection<T>> {358   override fun test(value: Collection<T>) = MatcherResult(359      value.size <= n,360      "Collection should contain at most $n elements",361      "Collection should contain more than $n elements"362   )363}364infix fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldExist(p: (T) -> Boolean) = toList().shouldExist(p)365infix fun <T> Array<T>.shouldExist(p: (T) -> Boolean) = asList().shouldExist(p)366infix fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldExist(p: (T) -> Boolean) = this should exist(p)367fun <T> exist(p: (T) -> Boolean) = object : Matcher<Collection<T>> {368   override fun test(value: Collection<T>) = MatcherResult(369      value.any { p(it) },370      "Collection should contain an element that matches the predicate $p",371      "Collection should not contain an element that matches the predicate $p"372   )373}374fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldExistInOrder(vararg ps: (T) -> Boolean) = toList().shouldExistInOrder(ps.toList())375fun <T> Array<T>.shouldExistInOrder(vararg ps: (T) -> Boolean) = asList().shouldExistInOrder(ps.toList())376fun <T> List<T>.shouldExistInOrder(vararg ps: (T) -> Boolean) = this.shouldExistInOrder(ps.toList())377infix fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldExistInOrder(expected: List<(T) -> Boolean>) = toList().shouldExistInOrder(expected)378infix fun <T> Array<T>.shouldExistInOrder(expected: List<(T) -> Boolean>) = asList().shouldExistInOrder(expected)379infix fun <T> List<T>.shouldExistInOrder(expected: List<(T) -> Boolean>) = this should existInOrder(expected)380infix fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldNotExistInOrder(expected: Iterable<(T) -> Boolean>) = toList().shouldNotExistInOrder(expected.toList())381infix fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotExistInOrder(expected: Array<(T) -> Boolean>) = asList().shouldNotExistInOrder(expected.asList())382infix fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldNotExistInOrder(expected: List<(T) -> Boolean>) = toList().shouldNotExistInOrder(expected)383infix fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotExistInOrder(expected: List<(T) -> Boolean>) = asList().shouldNotExistInOrder(expected)384infix fun <T> List<T>.shouldNotExistInOrder(expected: List<(T) -> Boolean>) = this shouldNot existInOrder(expected)385fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldBeEmpty() = toList().shouldBeEmpty()386fun <T> Array<T>.shouldBeEmpty() = asList().shouldBeEmpty()387fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldBeEmpty() = this should beEmpty()388fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldNotBeEmpty() = toList().shouldNotBeEmpty()389fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotBeEmpty() = asList().shouldNotBeEmpty()390fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldNotBeEmpty() = this shouldNot beEmpty()391fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldContainAnyOf(vararg ts: T) = toList().shouldContainAnyOf(ts)392fun <T> Array<T>.shouldContainAnyOf(vararg ts: T) = asList().shouldContainAnyOf(ts)393fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldContainAnyOf(vararg ts: T) = this should containAnyOf(ts.asList())394fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldNotContainAnyOf(vararg ts: T) = toList().shouldNotContainAnyOf(ts)395fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotContainAnyOf(vararg ts: T) = asList().shouldNotContainAnyOf(ts)396fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldNotContainAnyOf(vararg ts: T) = this shouldNot containAnyOf(ts.asList())397infix fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldContainAnyOf(ts: Collection<T>) = toList().shouldContainAnyOf(ts)398infix fun <T> Array<T>.shouldContainAnyOf(ts: Collection<T>) = asList().shouldContainAnyOf(ts)399infix fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldContainAnyOf(ts: Collection<T>) = this should containAnyOf(ts)400infix fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldNotContainAnyOf(ts: Collection<T>) = toList().shouldNotContainAnyOf(ts)401infix fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotContainAnyOf(ts: Collection<T>) = asList().shouldNotContainAnyOf(ts)402infix fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldNotContainAnyOf(ts: Collection<T>) = this shouldNot containAnyOf(ts)403fun <T> containAnyOf(ts: Collection<T>) = object : Matcher<Collection<T>> {404   override fun test(value: Collection<T>): MatcherResult {405      if (ts.isEmpty()) throwEmptyCollectionError()406      return MatcherResult(407         ts.any { it in value },408         { "Collection should contain any of ${ts.joinToString(separator = ", ", limit = 10) { it.show().value }}" },409         { "Collection should not contain any of ${ts.joinToString(separator = ", ", limit = 10) { it.show().value }}" }410      )411   }412}413/**414 * Verifies that this instance is in [collection]415 *416 * Assertion to check that this instance is in [collection]. This assertion checks by reference, and not by value,417 * therefore the exact instance must be in [collection], or this will fail.418 *419 * An empty collection will always fail. If you need to check for empty collection, use [Collection.shouldBeEmpty]420 *421 * @see [shouldNotBeOneOf]422 * @see [beOneOf]423 */424infix fun <T> T.shouldBeOneOf(collection: Collection<T>) = this should beOneOf(collection)425/**426 * Verifies that this instance is NOT in [collection]427 *428 * Assertion to check that this instance is not in [collection]. This assertion checks by reference, and not by value,429 * therefore the exact instance must not be in [collection], or this will fail.430 *431 * An empty collection will always fail. If you need to check for empty collection, use [Collection.shouldBeEmpty]432 *433 * @see [shouldBeOneOf]434 * @see [beOneOf]435 */436infix fun <T> T.shouldNotBeOneOf(collection: Collection<T>) = this shouldNot beOneOf(collection)437/**438 * Verifies that this instance is any of [any]439 *440 * Assertion to check that this instance is any of [any]. This assertion checks by reference, and not by value,441 * therefore the exact instance must be in [any], or this will fail.442 *443 * An empty collection will always fail. If you need to check for empty collection, use [Collection.shouldBeEmpty]444 *445 * @see [shouldNotBeOneOf]446 * @see [beOneOf]447 */448fun <T> T.shouldBeOneOf(vararg any: T) = this should beOneOf(any.toList())449/**450 * Verifies that this instance is NOT any of [any]451 *452 * Assertion to check that this instance is not any of [any]. This assertion checks by reference, and not by value,453 * therefore the exact instance must not be in [any], or this will fail.454 *455 * An empty collection will always fail. If you need to check for empty collection, use [Collection.shouldBeEmpty]456 *457 * @see [shouldNotBeOneOf]458 * @see [beOneOf]459 */460fun <T> T.shouldNotBeOneOf(vararg any: T) = this shouldNot beOneOf(any.toList())461/**462 * Matcher that verifies that this instance is in [collection]463 *464 * Assertion to check that this instance is in [collection]. This matcher checks by reference, and not by value,465 * therefore the exact instance must be in [collection], or this will fail.466 *467 * An empty collection will always fail. If you need to check for empty collection, use [Collection.shouldBeEmpty]468 *469 * @see [shouldBeOneOf]470 * @see [shouldNotBeOneOf]471 */472fun <T> beOneOf(collection: Collection<T>) = object : Matcher<T> {473   override fun test(value: T): MatcherResult {474      if (collection.isEmpty()) throwEmptyCollectionError()475      val match = collection.any { it === value }476      return MatcherResult(477         match,478         "Collection should contain the instance of value, but doesn't.",479         "Collection should not contain the instance of value, but does."480      )481   }482}483/**484 * Verifies that this element is in [collection] by comparing value485 *486 * Assertion to check that this element is in [collection]. This assertion checks by value, and not by reference,487 * therefore even if the exact instance is not in [collection] but another instance with same value is present, the488 * test will pass.489 *490 * An empty collection will always fail. If you need to check for empty collection, use [Collection.shouldBeEmpty]491 *492 * @see [shouldNotBeIn]493 * @see [beIn]494 */495infix fun <T> T.shouldBeIn(collection: Collection<T>) = this should beIn(collection)496/**497 * Verifies that this element is NOT any of [collection]498 *499 * Assertion to check that this element is not any of [collection]. This assertion checks by value, and not by reference,500 * therefore any instance with same value must not be in [collection], or this will fail.501 *502 * An empty collection will always fail. If you need to check for empty collection, use [Collection.shouldBeEmpty]503 *504 * @see [shouldNotBeIn]505 * @see [beIn]506 */507infix fun <T> T.shouldNotBeIn(collection: Collection<T>) = this shouldNot beIn(collection.toList())508/**509 * Verifies that this element is any of [any] by comparing value510 *511 * Assertion to check that this element is any of [any]. This assertion checks by value, and not by reference,512 * therefore even if the exact instance is not any of [any] but another instance with same value is present, the513 * test will pass.514 *515 * An empty collection will always fail. If you need to check for empty collection, use [Collection.shouldBeEmpty]516 *517 * @see [shouldNotBeIn]518 * @see [beIn]519 */520fun <T> T.shouldBeIn(vararg any: T) = this should beIn(any.toList())521/**522 * Verifies that this element is NOT any of [any]523 *524 * Assertion to check that this element is not any of [any]. This assertion checks by value, and not by reference,525 * therefore any instance with same value must not be in [any], or this will fail.526 *527 * An empty collection will always fail. If you need to check for empty collection, use [Collection.shouldBeEmpty]528 *529 * @see [shouldNotBeIn]530 * @see [beIn]531 */532fun <T> T.shouldNotBeIn(vararg any: T) = this shouldNot beIn(any.toList())533/**534 * Verifies that this element is in [array] by comparing value535 *536 * Assertion to check that this element is in [array]. This assertion checks by value, and not by reference,537 * therefore even if the exact instance is not in [array] but another instance with same value is present, the538 * test will pass.539 *540 * An empty array will always fail. If you need to check for empty array, use [Array.shouldBeEmpty]541 *542 * @see [shouldNotBeIn]543 * @see [beIn]544 */545@JvmName("shouldBeInArray")546infix fun <T> T.shouldBeIn(array: Array<T>) = this should beIn(array.toList())547/**548 * Verifies that this element is NOT any of [array]549 *550 * Assertion to check that this element is not any of [array]. This assertion checks by value, and not by reference,551 * therefore any instance with same value must not be in [array], or this will fail.552 *553 * An empty array will always fail. If you need to check for empty array, use [Array.shouldBeEmpty]554 *555 * @see [shouldNotBeIn]556 * @see [beIn]557 */558@JvmName("shouldNotBeInArray")559infix fun <T> T.shouldNotBeIn(array: Array<T>) = this shouldNot beIn(array.toList())560/**561 *  Matcher that verifies that this element is in [collection] by comparing value562 *563 * Assertion to check that this element is in [collection]. This assertion checks by value, and not by reference,564 * therefore even if the exact instance is not in [collection] but another instance with same value is present, the565 * test will pass.566 *567 * An empty collection will always fail. If you need to check for empty collection, use [Collection.shouldBeEmpty]568 *569 * @see [shouldBeOneOf]570 * @see [shouldNotBeOneOf]571 */572fun <T> beIn(collection: Collection<T>) = object : Matcher<T> {573   override fun test(value: T): MatcherResult {574      if (collection.isEmpty()) throwEmptyCollectionError()575      val match = value in collection576      return MatcherResult(577         match,578         "Collection should contain ${value.show().value}, but doesn't. Possible values: ${collection.show().value}",579         "Collection should not contain ${value.show().value}, but does. Forbidden values: ${collection.show().value}"580      )581   }582}583private fun throwEmptyCollectionError(): Nothing {584   throw AssertionError("Asserting content on empty collection. Use Collection.shouldBeEmpty() instead.")585}...

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1package io.kotest.matchers.collections2import io.kotest.matchers.Matcher3import io.kotest.matchers.MatcherResult4import io.kotest.matchers.should5import io.kotest.matchers.shouldNot6fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldContainDuplicates(): Iterable<T> {7   toList().shouldContainDuplicates()8   return this9}10fun <T> Array<T>.shouldContainDuplicates() {11   asList().shouldContainDuplicates()12}13fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldContainDuplicates(): Collection<T> {14   this should containDuplicates()15   return this16}17fun <T> Iterable<T>.shouldNotContainDuplicates(): Iterable<T> {18   toList().shouldNotContainDuplicates()19   return this20}21fun <T> Array<T>.shouldNotContainDuplicates(): Array<T> {22   asList().shouldNotContainDuplicates()23   return this24}25fun <T> Collection<T>.shouldNotContainDuplicates(): Collection<T> {26   this shouldNot containDuplicates()27   return this28}29fun <T> containDuplicates() = object : Matcher<Collection<T>> {30   override fun test(value: Collection<T>) = MatcherResult(31      value.toSet().size < value.size,32      { "Collection should contain duplicates" },33      {34         "Collection should not contain duplicates"35      })36}...

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1val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5) list.shouldNotContainDuplicates() val set = setOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5) set.shouldNotContainDuplicates()2val list = listOf(1, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) list.shouldContainDuplicates() val set = setOf(1, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) set.shouldContainDuplicates()3val list = listOf(1, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) list.shouldContainDuplicates() val set = setOf(1, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) set.shouldContainDuplicates()4val list = listOf(1, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) list.shouldContainDuplicates() val set = setOf(1, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) set.shouldContainDuplicates()5val list = listOf(1, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) list.shouldContainDuplicates() val set = setOf(1, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) set.shouldContainDuplicates()6val list = listOf(1, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) list.shouldContainDuplicates() val set = setOf(1, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) set.shouldContainDuplicates()7val list = listOf(1, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) list.shouldContainDuplicates() val set = setOf(1, 1, 2, 3, 4

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1assertThat(listOf(1,2,3)).shouldNotContainDuplicates()2assertThat(listOf(1,2,3,3)).shouldContainDuplicates()3assertThat(listOf(1,2,3,3)).shouldContainDuplicates()4assertThat(listOf(1,2,3,3)).shouldContainDuplicates()5assertThat(listOf(1,2,3,3)).shouldContainDuplicates()6assertThat(listOf(1,2,3,3)).shouldContainDuplicates()7assertThat(listOf(1,2,3,3)).shouldContainDuplicates()8assertThat(listOf(1,2,3,3)).shouldContainDuplicates()9assertThat(listOf(1,2,3,3)).shouldContainDuplicates()10assertThat(listOf(1,2,3,3)).shouldContainDuplicates()11assertThat(listOf(1,2,3,3)).shouldContainDuplicates()12assertThat(listOf(1,2,3,3)).shouldContainDuplicates()13assertThat(listOf(1,2,3,3)).shouldContainDuplicates()14assertThat(listOf(

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1import io.kotest.matchers.collections.duplicates2val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5)3list.shouldNotContainDuplicates()4import io.kotest.matchers.collections.duplicates5val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 1)6list.shouldContainDuplicates()7import io.kotest.matchers.collections.duplicates8val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 1)9list.shouldHaveDuplicates()10import io.kotest.matchers.collections.duplicates11val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 1)12list.shouldNotHaveDuplicates()13import io.kotest.matchers.collections.empty14val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 1)15list.shouldBeEmpty()16import io.kotest.matchers.collections.empty17val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 1)18list.shouldNotBeEmpty()19import io.kotest.matchers.collections.size20val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 1)21list.shouldHaveSize(10)22import io.kotest.matchers.collections.size23val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 1)24list.shouldHaveAtLeastSize(5)25import io.kotest.matchers.collections.size26val list = listOf(1, 2, 3,

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1val list = listOf(1, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5)2list.shouldNotContainDuplicates()3val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5)4list.shouldNotContainNulls()5val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5)6list.shouldNotContainNulls()7val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5)8list.shouldNotContainNulls()9val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5)10list.shouldNotContainNulls()11val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5)12list.shouldNotContainNulls()13val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5)14list.shouldNotContainNulls()15val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5)16list.shouldNotContainNulls()17val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5)18list.shouldNotContainNulls()19val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5)20list.shouldNotContainNulls()21val list = listOf(1

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1val  list  =   listOf ( 1 ,   2 ,   3 ,   4 ,   5 )2 list . shouldNotContainDuplicates ()3val  list  =   listOf ( 1 ,   2 ,   3 ,   4 ,   2 )4 list . shouldContainDuplicates ()5val  list  =   listOf ( 1 ,   2 ,   3 ,   4 ,   5 ,   5 )6 list . shouldContainDuplicates ()7val  list  =   listOf ( 1 ,   2 ,   3 ,   4 ,   5 ,   5 ,   5 )8 list . shouldContainDuplicates ()9val  list  =   listOf ( 1 ,   2 ,   3 ,   4 ,   5 ,   5 ,   5 ,   5 )10 list . shouldContainDuplicates ()11val  list  =   listOf ( 1 ,   2 ,   3 ,   4 ,   5 ,   5 ,   5 ,   5 ,   5 )12 list . shouldContainDuplicates ()13val  list  =   listOf ( 1 ,   2 ,   3 ,   4 ,   5 ,   5 ,   5 ,   5 ,   5 ,   5 )14 list . shouldContainDuplicates ()15val  list  =   listOf ( 1 ,   2 ,   3 ,   4 ,   5 ,   5 ,   5 ,   5 ,   5 ,   5 ,   5 )16 list . shouldContainDuplicates ()

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1val stringList = listOf("A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F")2stringList.shouldNotContainDuplicates()3val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)4list.shouldNotContainDuplicates()5val intList = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)6intList.shouldNotContainDuplicates()7val intList = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)8intList.shouldNotContainDuplicates()9val intList = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)10intList.shouldNotContainDuplicates()11val intList = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)12intList.shouldNotContainDuplicates()13val intList = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)14intList.shouldNotContainDuplicates()15val intList = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)16intList.shouldNotContainDuplicates()17val intList = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)18intList.shouldNotContainDuplicates()19val intList = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)20intList.shouldNotContainDuplicates()

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1import io.kotest.core.spec.style.StringSpec2import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotContainDuplicates3class MyTest : StringSpec({4    "list should not contain duplicates" {5        val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10)6        list.shouldNotContainDuplicates()7    }8})9import io.kotest.core.spec.style.StringSpec10import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldNotContainNulls11class MyTest : StringSpec({12    "list should not contain nulls" {13        val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10)14        list.shouldNotContainNulls()15    }16})17import io.kotest.core.spec.style.StringSpec18import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldContainAll19class MyTest : StringSpec({20    "list should contain all the elements of another list" {21        val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10)22        list.shouldContainAll(listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6))23    }24})25import io.kotest.core.spec.style.StringSpec26import io.kotest.matchers.collections.shouldContainAny27class MyTest : StringSpec({28    "list should contain any of the elements of another list" {29        val list = listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10)30        list.shouldContainAny(listOf(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6))31    }32})

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