How to use test_failure_include_deep_missing method in assertpy

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...210 assert_that({'a':1}).is_equal_to({'a':1}, include=['b','c'])211 fail('should have raised error')212 except AssertionError as ex:213 assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to("Expected <{'a': 1}> to include keys <'b', 'c'>, but did not include keys <'b', 'c'>.")214def test_failure_include_deep_missing():215 try:216 assert_that({'a':{'b':2}}).is_equal_to({'a':{'c':3}}, include=('a','c'))217 fail('should have raised error')218 except AssertionError as ex:219 assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to("Expected <{'b': 2}> to include key <c>, but did not include key <c>.")220def test_failure_include_multi_keys():221 try:222 assert_that({'a':1,'b':2}).is_equal_to({'a':1,'b':3}, include=['a','b'])223 fail('should have raised error')224 except AssertionError as ex:225 assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to("Expected <{.., 'b': 2}> to be equal to <{.., 'b': 3}> including keys <'a', 'b'>, but was not.")226def test_failure_include_deep_keys():227 try:228 assert_that({'a':{'b':1}}).is_equal_to({'a':{'b':2}}, include=('a','b'))...

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