How to use satisfy method of KnockOutput Package

Best Bacon_ruby code snippet using KnockOutput.satisfy


Source:bacon.rb Github


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...266 if args.empty?267 self268 else269 block = args.shift unless block_given?270 satisfy(*args, &block)271 end272 end273 alias a be274 alias an be275 def satisfy(*args, &block)276 if args.size == 1 && String === args.first277 description = args.shift278 else279 description = ""280 end281 r = yield(@object, *args)282 if Bacon::Counter[:depth] > 0283 Bacon::Counter[:requirements] += 1284 raise, description) unless @negated ^ r285 end286 @negated ^ r ? r : false287 end288 def method_missing(name, *args, &block)289 name = "#{name}?" if name.to_s =~ /\w[^?]\z/290 desc = @negated ? "not " : ""291 desc << @object.inspect << "." << name.to_s292 desc << "(" <<{|x|x.inspect}.join(", ") << ") failed"293 satisfy(desc) { |x| x.__send__(name, *args, &block) }294 end295 def equal(value) self == value end296 def match(value) self =~ value end297 def identical_to(value) self.equal? value end298 alias same_as identical_to299 def flunk(reason="Flunked")300 raise, reason)301 end302end...

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1 def is_multiple_of_three?(num)2 satisfy(num, 3) { |n, m| n % m == 0 }3puts

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