How to use test_failure_chain method in assertpy

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...69 assert_that(out).contains('Expected <foo> to be not equal to <foo>, but was.')70 assert_that(out).contains('Expected <foo> to be case-insensitive equal to <BAR>, but was not.')71 assert_that(out).contains('Expected <1> to be equal to <2> on key <a>, but was not.')72 assert_that(out).contains('Expected key <foo>, but val has no key <foo>.')73def test_failure_chain():74 try:75 with soft_assertions():76 assert_that('foo').is_length(4).is_empty().is_false().is_digit().is_upper()\77 .is_equal_to('bar').is_not_equal_to('foo').is_equal_to_ignoring_case('BAR')78 fail('should have raised error')79 except AssertionError as e:80 out = str(e)81 assert_that(out).contains('Expected <foo> to be of length <4>, but was <3>.')82 assert_that(out).contains('Expected <foo> to be empty string, but was not.')83 assert_that(out).contains('Expected <False>, but was not.')84 assert_that(out).contains('Expected <foo> to contain only digits, but did not.')85 assert_that(out).contains('Expected <foo> to contain only uppercase chars, but did not.')86 assert_that(out).contains('Expected <foo> to be equal to <bar>, but was not.')87 assert_that(out).contains('Expected <foo> to be not equal to <foo>, but was.')...

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...45 assert success == Command.SUCCESS46 assert error is None47 assert context["count"] == 348 assert context["post_count"] == 349def test_failure_chain():50 context = {}51 success = True52 error = None53 cmd0 = SuccessCommand("00")54 cmd1 = SuccessCommand("01")55 cmd2 = SuccessCommand("02")56 cmd3 = FailureCommand("03")57 cmd4 = SuccessCommand("04")58 chain = Chain()59 chain.add(cmd0)60 chain.add(cmd1)61 chain.add(cmd2)62 chain.add(cmd3)63 chain.add(cmd4)...

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