How to use test_is_nan_bad_type_failure_complex method in assertpy

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...75 assert_that('foo').is_nan()76 fail('should have raised error')77 except TypeError as ex:78 assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to('val is not numeric')79def test_is_nan_bad_type_failure_complex():80 try:81 assert_that(1 + 2j).is_nan()82 fail('should have raised error')83 except TypeError as ex:84 assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to('val is not real number')85def test_is_not_nan():86 assert_that(1).is_not_nan()87 assert_that(1.0).is_not_nan()88def test_is_not_nan_failure():89 try:90 assert_that(float('NaN')).is_not_nan()91 fail('should have raised error')92 except AssertionError as ex:93 assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to('Expected not <NaN>, but was.')...

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