How to use test_extracting_iterable_failure_out_of_range method in assertpy

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...254 assert_that([set([1])]).extracting(0).contains(1, 4, 7)255 fail('should have raised error')256 except TypeError as ex:257 assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to('item <set> does not have [] accessor')258def test_extracting_iterable_failure_out_of_range():259 try:260 assert_that([[1], [2], [3]]).extracting(4).is_equal_to(0)261 fail('should have raised error')262 except IndexError as ex:263 assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to('list index out of range')264def test_extracting_iterable_failure_index_is_not_int():265 try:266 assert_that([[1], [2], [3]]).extracting('1').is_equal_to(0)267 fail('should have raised error')268 except TypeError as ex:...

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