How to use test_extracting_filter_bad_values method in assertpy

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...150 assert_that(users).extracting('user', filter=_f)151 fail('should have raised error')152 except RuntimeError as ex:153 assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to("foobar!")154def test_extracting_filter_bad_values():155 bad = [156 {'user': 'Fred', 'age': 36},157 {'user': 'Bob', 'age': 'bad'},158 {'user': 'Johnny', 'age': 13}159 ]160 if sys.version_info[0] == 3:161 try:162 assert_that(bad).extracting('user', filter=lambda x: x['age'] > 20)163 fail('should have raised error')164 except TypeError as ex:165 if sys.version_info[1] <= 5:166 assert_that(str(ex)).contains('unorderable types')167 else:168 assert_that(str(ex)).contains("not supported between instances of 'str' and 'int'")...

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