How to use test_check_dict_like_no_getitem method in assertpy

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...128 ab._check_dict_like(CustomDictNoValuesCallable())129 fail('should have raised error')130 except TypeError as e:131 assert_that(str(e)).contains('is not dict-like: missing values()')132def test_check_dict_like_no_getitem():133 try:134 ab = assert_that(None)135 ab._check_dict_like(CustomDictNoGetitem())136 fail('should have raised error')137 except TypeError as e:138 assert_that(str(e)).contains('is not dict-like: missing [] accessor')139class CustomDictNoKeys(object):140 def __iter__(self):141 return self142 def __next__(self):143 return 1144class CustomDictNoKeysCallable(object):145 def __init__(self):146 self.keys = 'foo'...

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