How to use compact method of junit.framework.ComparisonCompactor class

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1package junit.tests.framework;
2
3import junit.framework.ComparisonCompactor;
4import junit.framework.TestCase;
5
6public class ComparisonCompactorTest extends TestCase {
7
8	public void testMessage() {
9		String failure= new ComparisonCompactor(0, "b", "c").compact("a");
10		assertTrue("a expected:<[b]> but was:<[c]>".equals(failure));
11	}
12
13	public void testStartSame() {
14		String failure= new ComparisonCompactor(1, "ba", "bc").compact(null);
15		assertEquals("expected:<b[a]> but was:<b[c]>", failure);
16	}
17
18	public void testEndSame() {
19		String  failure= new ComparisonCompactor(1, "ab", "cb").compact(null);
20		assertEquals("expected:<[a]b> but was:<[c]b>", failure);
21	}
22
23	public void testSame() {
24		String failure= new ComparisonCompactor(1, "ab", "ab").compact(null);
25		assertEquals("expected:<ab> but was:<ab>", failure);
26	}
27
28	public void testNoContextStartAndEndSame() {
29		String failure= new ComparisonCompactor(0, "abc", "adc").compact(null);
30		assertEquals("expected:<...[b]...> but was:<...[d]...>", failure);
31	}
32
33	public void testStartAndEndContext() {
34		String failure= new ComparisonCompactor(1, "abc", "adc").compact(null);
35		assertEquals("expected:<a[b]c> but was:<a[d]c>", failure);
36	}
37
38	public void testStartAndEndContextWithEllipses() {
39		String failure= new ComparisonCompactor(1, "abcde", "abfde").compact(null);
40		assertEquals("expected:<...b[c]d...> but was:<...b[f]d...>", failure);
41	}
42
43	public void testComparisonErrorStartSameComplete() {
44		String failure= new ComparisonCompactor(2, "ab", "abc").compact(null);
45		assertEquals("expected:<ab[]> but was:<ab[c]>", failure);
46	}
47
48	public void testComparisonErrorEndSameComplete() {
49		String failure= new ComparisonCompactor(0, "bc", "abc").compact(null);
50		assertEquals("expected:<[]...> but was:<[a]...>", failure);
51	}
52	
53	public void testComparisonErrorEndSameCompleteContext() {
54		String failure= new ComparisonCompactor(2, "bc", "abc").compact(null);
55		assertEquals("expected:<[]bc> but was:<[a]bc>", failure);
56	}
57
58	public void testComparisonErrorOverlapingMatches() {
59		String failure= new ComparisonCompactor(0, "abc", "abbc").compact(null);
60		assertEquals("expected:<...[]...> but was:<...[b]...>", failure);
61	}
62
63	public void testComparisonErrorOverlapingMatchesContext() {
64		String failure= new ComparisonCompactor(2, "abc", "abbc").compact(null);
65		assertEquals("expected:<ab[]c> but was:<ab[b]c>", failure);
66	}
67
68	public void testComparisonErrorOverlapingMatches2() {
69		String failure= new ComparisonCompactor(0, "abcdde", "abcde").compact(null);
70		assertEquals("expected:<...[d]...> but was:<...[]...>", failure);
71	}
72
73	public void testComparisonErrorOverlapingMatches2Context() {
74		String failure= new ComparisonCompactor(2, "abcdde", "abcde").compact(null);
75		assertEquals("expected:<...cd[d]e> but was:<...cd[]e>", failure);
76	}
77
78	public void testComparisonErrorWithActualNull() {
79		String failure= new ComparisonCompactor(0, "a", null).compact(null);
80		assertEquals("expected:<a> but was:<null>", failure);
81	}
82	
83	public void testComparisonErrorWithActualNullContext() {
84		String failure= new ComparisonCompactor(2, "a", null).compact(null);
85		assertEquals("expected:<a> but was:<null>", failure);
86	}
87
88	public void testComparisonErrorWithExpectedNull() {
89		String failure= new ComparisonCompactor(0, null, "a").compact(null);
90		assertEquals("expected:<null> but was:<a>", failure);
91	}
92	
93	public void testComparisonErrorWithExpectedNullContext() {
94		String failure= new ComparisonCompactor(2, null, "a").compact(null);
95		assertEquals("expected:<null> but was:<a>", failure);
96	}
97	
98	public void testBug609972() {
99		String failure= new ComparisonCompactor(10, "S&P500", "0").compact(null);
100		assertEquals("expected:<[S&P50]0> but was:<[]0>", failure);
101	}
102}
103
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