How to use failureCountIs method of org.junit.experimental.results.ResultMatchers class

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1/*    */ package org.junit.experimental.results;
2/*    */ 
3/*    */ import org.hamcrest.BaseMatcher;
4/*    */ import org.hamcrest.Description;
5/*    */ import org.hamcrest.Matcher;
6/*    */ import org.hamcrest.TypeSafeMatcher;
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17/*    */ 
18/*    */ public class ResultMatchers
19/*    */ {
20/*    */   public static Matcher<PrintableResult> isSuccessful() {
21/* 21 */     return failureCountIs(0);
22/*    */   }
23/*    */ 
24/*    */ 
25/*    */ 
26/*    */   
27/*    */   public static Matcher<PrintableResult> failureCountIs(final int count) {
28/* 28 */     return (Matcher<PrintableResult>)new TypeSafeMatcher<PrintableResult>() {
29/*    */         public void describeTo(Description description) {
30/* 30 */           description.appendText("has " + count + " failures");
31/*    */         }
32/*    */ 
33/*    */         
34/*    */         public boolean matchesSafely(PrintableResult item) {
35/* 35 */           return (item.failureCount() == count);
36/*    */         }
37/*    */       };
38/*    */   }
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42/*    */   
43/*    */   public static Matcher<Object> hasSingleFailureContaining(final String string) {
44/* 44 */     return (Matcher<Object>)new BaseMatcher<Object>() {
45/*    */         public boolean matches(Object item) {
46/* 46 */           return (item.toString().contains(string) && ResultMatchers.failureCountIs(1).matches(item));
47/*    */         }
48/*    */         
49/*    */         public void describeTo(Description description) {
50/* 50 */           description.appendText("has single failure containing " + string);
51/*    */         }
52/*    */       };
53/*    */   }
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57/*    */ 
58/*    */   
59/*    */   public static Matcher<PrintableResult> hasFailureContaining(final String string) {
60/* 60 */     return (Matcher<PrintableResult>)new BaseMatcher<PrintableResult>() {
61/*    */         public boolean matches(Object item) {
62/* 62 */           return item.toString().contains(string);
63/*    */         }
64/*    */         
65/*    */         public void describeTo(Description description) {
66/* 66 */           description.appendText("has failure containing " + string);
67/*    */         }
68/*    */       };
69/*    */   }
70/*    */ }
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73/* Location:              C:\Users\CAR\Desktop\sab\SAB_projekat_1920\SAB_projekat_1920\SAB_projekat_1920.jar!\org\junit\experimental\results\ResultMatchers.class
74 * Java compiler version: 5 (49.0)
75 * JD-Core Version:       1.1.3
76 */
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