How to use get_in method in avocado

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...3import midware.core as core4@pytest.fixture5def nested_dict():6 return {'a': {'b': 0}, 'c': 1}7def test_get_in(nested_dict):8 assert core.get_in(nested_dict, ('a')) == {'b': 0}9 assert core.get_in(nested_dict, ('a', 'b')) == 010 assert core.get_in(nested_dict, ('c')) == 111 assert core.get_in(nested_dict, ('a', 'd')) == None12 assert core.get_in(nested_dict, ('d')) == None13def test_get_in_default(nested_dict):14 assert core.get_in(nested_dict, ('a', 'b')) == 015 assert core.get_in(nested_dict, ('c', 'd')) == None16 assert core.get_in(nested_dict, ('a', 'd')) == None17 assert core.get_in(nested_dict, ('a', 'd'), default=0) == 018def test_assoc_in():19 d = {}20 core.assoc_in(d, ('a'), 0)21 assert d['a'] == 022 with pytest.raises(TypeError):23 core.assoc_in(d, ('a', 'b'), 0)24 core.assoc_in(d, ('b', 'c'), 1)25 assert d['b']['c'] == 126def test_identity():27 assert core.identity(1) == 128 assert core.identity('a') == 'a'29 assert core.identity(None) == None30def add_two(x):31 return x + 232def add_three(x):33 return x + 334def test_compose():35 assert core.compose(add_two, add_three)(1) == 636def test_compose_order():37 assert core.compose(sum, add_two, add_three)([1, 2, 3]) == 1138@pytest.fixture39def verbose(scope='function'):40 core._VERBOSE_MODE = True41 yield42 core._VERBOSE_MODE = False43def test_print_inwards(verbose, capsys):44 core._print_inwards('abc')45 out, err = capsys.readouterr()46 assert out == 'abc--->\n'47 assert err == ''48def test_print_outwards(verbose, capsys):49 core._print_outwards('xyz')50 out, err = capsys.readouterr()51 assert out == '<---xyz\n'52 assert err == ''53import os.path as fs54def test_mw_from_cm_enter(tmpdir):55 tmpfile = fs.join(tmpdir, 'tmp.txt')56 with open(tmpfile, 'w') as f:57 print('abc', file=f)58 ks = ('file', 'desc')59 mw = core.mw_from_cm('test_mw', open, ks, {}, file=tmpfile)60 lines = None61 def handler(ctx):62 with core.get_in(ctx, ks) as f:63 assert f.readlines() == ['abc\n']64 return ctx65 ctx = mw(handler)({})66def test_mw_from_cm_exit(tmpdir):67 tmpfile = fs.join(tmpdir, 'tmp.txt')68 with open(tmpfile, 'w') as f:69 print('abc', file=f)70 ks = ('file', 'desc')71 mw = core.mw_from_cm('test_mw', open, ks, {}, file=tmpfile)72 ctx = mw(core.identity)({})73 with pytest.raises(ValueError):74 with core.get_in(ctx, ks) as f:75 f.readlines()76def test_mw_from_cm_exit(tmpdir, verbose, capsys):77 tmpfile = fs.join(tmpdir, 'tmp.txt')78 with open(tmpfile, 'w') as f:79 print('abc', file=f)80 ks = ('file', 'desc')81 mw = core.mw_from_cm('test_cm_mw', open, ks, {}, file=tmpfile)82 ctx = mw(core.identity)({})83 out, err = capsys.readouterr()84 assert out == 'test_cm_mw--->\n<---test_cm_mw\n'85 assert err == ''86@core.middleware('wrap_add')87def wrap_add(ctx):88 amount = ctx['amount']...

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...30DAMAGE.31"""32import operator33from functools import reduce34def get_in(keys, coll, default=None, no_default=False):35 """36 NB: This is a straight copy of the get_in implementation found in37 the toolz library ( It works38 with persistent data structures as well as the corresponding39 datastructures from the stdlib.40 Returns coll[i0][i1]...[iX] where [i0, i1, ..., iX]==keys.41 If coll[i0][i1]...[iX] cannot be found, returns ``default``, unless42 ``no_default`` is specified, then it raises KeyError or IndexError.43 ``get_in`` is a generalization of ``operator.getitem`` for nested data44 structures such as dictionaries and lists.45 >>> from pyrsistent import freeze46 >>> transaction = freeze({'name': 'Alice',47 ... 'purchase': {'items': ['Apple', 'Orange'],48 ... 'costs': [0.50, 1.25]},49 ... 'credit card': '5555-1234-1234-1234'})50 >>> get_in(['purchase', 'items', 0], transaction)51 'Apple'52 >>> get_in(['name'], transaction)53 'Alice'54 >>> get_in(['purchase', 'total'], transaction)55 >>> get_in(['purchase', 'items', 'apple'], transaction)56 >>> get_in(['purchase', 'items', 10], transaction)57 >>> get_in(['purchase', 'total'], transaction, 0)58 059 >>> get_in(['y'], {}, no_default=True)60 Traceback (most recent call last):61 ...62 KeyError: 'y'63 """64 try:65 return reduce(operator.getitem, keys, coll)66 except (KeyError, IndexError, TypeError):67 if no_default:68 raise...

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