How to use test_failure_deep_int_keys method in assertpy

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...133 assert_that({1:'a',2:'b'}).is_equal_to({1:'a',3:'b'})134 fail('should have raised error')135 except AssertionError as ex:136 assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to("Expected <{.., 2: 'b'}> to be equal to <{.., 3: 'b'}>, but was not.")137def test_failure_deep_int_keys():138 try:139 assert_that({1:'a',2:{3:'b',4:'c'}}).is_equal_to({1:'a',2:{3:'b',5:'c'}}, ignore=(2,3))140 fail('should have raised error')141 except AssertionError as ex:142 assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to("Expected <{.., 2: {.., 4: 'c'}}> to be equal to <{.., 2: {.., 5: 'c'}}> ignoring keys <2.3>, but was not.")143def test_failure_tuple_keys():144 try:145 assert_that({(1,2):'a',(3,4):'b'}).is_equal_to({(1,2):'a',(3,4):'c'})146 fail('should have raised error')147 except AssertionError as ex:148 assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to("Expected <{.., (3, 4): 'b'}> to be equal to <{.., (3, 4): 'c'}>, but was not.")149def test_failure_tuple_keys_ignore():150 try:151 assert_that({(1,2):'a',(3,4):'b'}).is_equal_to({(1,2):'a',(3,4):'c'}, ignore=(1,2))...

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