How to use has_failed method in autotest

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1from custom_test_helpers import run_test_case_tests, inspect_assertions, \2 normalize_call_args, check_used_only_assertions3from test_helper import passed, failed, run_common_tests, import_task_file, \4 test_answer_placeholders_text_deleted5import itertools6import unittest.mock7from tested_code import find_foo8import re9def check_test_not_42():10 has_failed = False11 task_module = import_task_file()12 test_case_class = inspect_assertions(task_module.TestRandomNot42)13 test_result = run_test_case_tests(test_case_class)14 if not test_result.wasSuccessful():15 failed("at least one test failed")16 has_failed = True17 if not check_used_only_assertions(test_case_class, ["assertNotEqual"]):18 has_failed = True19 mock_random_not_42 = unittest.mock.Mock(return_value=42)20 with unittest.mock.patch('tested_code.random_not_42', mock_random_not_42):21 task_module = import_task_file()22 test_result = run_test_case_tests(task_module.TestRandomNot42)23 if test_result.wasSuccessful():24 failed("tests passed with broken implementation")25 has_failed = True26 if not has_failed:27 passed()28def check_test_find_foo():29 has_failed = False30 task_module = import_task_file()31 test_case_class = inspect_assertions(task_module.TestFindFoo)32 test_result = run_test_case_tests(test_case_class)33 if not test_result.wasSuccessful():34 failed("at least one test failed")35 has_failed = True36 if not check_used_only_assertions(37 test_case_class,38 ["assertIsNone", "assertIsNotNone"],39 ):40 has_failed = True41 # check that all of the substrings were tested42 mock_find_foo = unittest.mock.Mock(wraps=find_foo)43 with unittest.mock.patch('tested_code.find_foo', mock_find_foo):44 task_module = import_task_file()45 test_case_class = task_module.TestFindFoo46 run_test_case_tests(test_case_class)47 normalized_call_args = [48 normalize_call_args(call_args, func=find_foo)49 for call_args in mock_find_foo.call_args_list50 ]51 for substring in itertools.chain(52 ["foo"],53 test_case_class.strings_with_foo,54 test_case_class.strings_without_foo55 ):56 if ((substring,), {}) not in normalized_call_args:57 failed("substring \"{}\" not tested".format(substring))58 has_failed = True59 # check with broken find_foo()60 def find_fo(s):61 return"fo", s)62 for broken_find_fo in [63 find_fo,64 lambda s: None,65 lambda s: 0,66 ]:67 with unittest.mock.patch('tested_code.find_foo', broken_find_fo):68 task_module = import_task_file()69 test_result = run_test_case_tests(task_module.TestFindFoo)70 if test_result.wasSuccessful():71 failed("tests passed with broken implementation")72 has_failed = True73 if not has_failed:74 passed()75def check_test_random_float_between_inclusive():76 has_failed = False77 task_module = import_task_file()78 test_case_class = inspect_assertions(task_module.TestRandomFloatBetweenInclusive)79 test_result = run_test_case_tests(test_case_class)80 if not test_result.wasSuccessful():81 failed("at least one test failed")82 has_failed = True83 if not check_used_only_assertions(84 test_case_class,85 ["assertGreaterEqual", "assertLessEqual"],86 ):87 has_failed = True88 for broken_func in [89 lambda a, b: a - 1,90 lambda a, b: b + 1,91 ]:92 with unittest.mock.patch('tested_code.random_float_between_inclusive', broken_func):93 task_module = import_task_file()94 test_result = run_test_case_tests(task_module.TestRandomFloatBetweenInclusive)95 if test_result.wasSuccessful():96 failed("tests passed with broken implementation")97 has_failed = True98 if not has_failed:99 passed()100def check_test_random_float_between_noninclusive():101 has_failed = False102 task_module = import_task_file()103 test_case_class = inspect_assertions(task_module.TestRandomFloatBetweenNoninclusive)104 test_result = run_test_case_tests(test_case_class)105 if not test_result.wasSuccessful():106 failed("at least one test failed")107 has_failed = True108 if not check_used_only_assertions(109 test_case_class,110 ["assertGreater", "assertLess"],111 ):112 has_failed = True113 for broken_func in [114 lambda a, b: a - 1,115 lambda a, b: b + 1,116 lambda a, b: a,117 lambda a, b: b,118 ]:119 with unittest.mock.patch('tested_code.random_float_between_noninclusive', broken_func):120 task_module = import_task_file()121 test_result = run_test_case_tests(task_module.TestRandomFloatBetweenNoninclusive)122 if test_result.wasSuccessful():123 failed("tests passed with broken implementation")124 has_failed = True125 if not has_failed:126 passed()127if __name__ == '__main__':128 run_common_tests()129 test_answer_placeholders_text_deleted()130 check_test_not_42()131 check_test_find_foo()132 check_test_random_float_between_inclusive()...

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