How to use test_is_close_to_bad_arg_type_failure method in assertpy

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...233 assert_that(self.d1).is_close_to(d2, datetime.timedelta(minutes=1))234 fail('should have raised error')235 except AssertionError as ex:236 assert_that(str(ex)).matches('Expected <\d{4}-\d{2}-\d{2} \d{2}:\d{2}:\d{2}> to be close to <\d{4}-\d{2}-\d{2} \d{2}:\d{2}:\d{2}> within tolerance <\d+:\d{2}:\d{2}>, but was not.')237 def test_is_close_to_bad_arg_type_failure(self):238 try:239 assert_that(self.d1).is_close_to(123, 456)240 fail('should have raised error')241 except TypeError as ex:242 assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to('given arg must be datetime, but was <int>')243 def test_is_close_to_bad_tolerance_arg_type_failure(self):244 try:245 d2 = assert_that(self.d1).is_close_to(d2, 123)247 fail('should have raised error')248 except TypeError as ex:249 assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to('given tolerance arg must be timedelta, but was <int>')250class TestTimedelta(object):251 def setup(self):...

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