How to use testContainElementSatisfyingSpecificErrorMessage method of ContainElementSatisfyingTest class

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ContainElementSatisfyingTest.swift

Source: ContainElementSatisfyingTest.swift Github

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1import Foundation
2import XCTest
3import Nimble
4
5final class ContainElementSatisfyingTest: XCTestCase, XCTestCaseProvider {
6    static var allTests: [(String, (ContainElementSatisfyingTest) -> () throws -> Void)] {
7        return [
8            ("testContainElementSatisfying", testContainElementSatisfying),
9            ("testContainElementSatisfyingDefaultErrorMessage", testContainElementSatisfyingDefaultErrorMessage),
10            ("testContainElementSatisfyingSpecificErrorMessage", testContainElementSatisfyingSpecificErrorMessage),
11            ("testContainElementSatisfyingNegativeCase",
12             testContainElementSatisfyingNegativeCase),
13            ("testContainElementSatisfyingNegativeCaseDefaultErrorMessage",
14             testContainElementSatisfyingNegativeCaseDefaultErrorMessage),
15            ("testContainElementSatisfyingNegativeCaseSpecificErrorMessage",
16             testContainElementSatisfyingNegativeCaseSpecificErrorMessage),
17        ]
18    }
19
20    func testContainElementSatisfying() {
21        var orderIndifferentArray = [1, 2, 3]
22        expect(orderIndifferentArray).to(containElementSatisfying({ number in
23            return number == 1
24        }))
25        expect(orderIndifferentArray).to(containElementSatisfying({ number in
26            return number == 2
27        }))
28        expect(orderIndifferentArray).to(containElementSatisfying({ number in
29            return number == 3
30        }))
31
32        orderIndifferentArray = [3, 1, 2]
33        expect(orderIndifferentArray).to(containElementSatisfying({ number in
34            return number == 1
35        }))
36        expect(orderIndifferentArray).to(containElementSatisfying({ number in
37            return number == 2
38        }))
39        expect(orderIndifferentArray).to(containElementSatisfying({ number in
40            return number == 3
41        }))
42    }
43
44    func testContainElementSatisfyingDefaultErrorMessage() {
45        let orderIndifferentArray = [1, 2, 3]
46        failsWithErrorMessage("expected to find object in collection that satisfies predicate") {
47            expect(orderIndifferentArray).to(containElementSatisfying({ number in
48                return number == 4
49            }))
50        }
51    }
52
53    func testContainElementSatisfyingSpecificErrorMessage() {
54        let orderIndifferentArray = [1, 2, 3]
55        failsWithErrorMessage("expected to find object in collection equal to 4") {
56            expect(orderIndifferentArray).to(containElementSatisfying({ number in
57                return number == 4
58            }, "equal to 4"))
59        }
60    }
61
62    func testContainElementSatisfyingNegativeCase() {
63        let orderIndifferentArray = ["puppies", "kittens", "turtles"]
64        expect(orderIndifferentArray).toNot(containElementSatisfying({ string in
65            return string == "armadillos"
66        }))
67    }
68
69    func testContainElementSatisfyingNegativeCaseDefaultErrorMessage() {
70        let orderIndifferentArray = ["puppies", "kittens", "turtles"]
71        failsWithErrorMessage("expected to not find object in collection that satisfies predicate") {
72            expect(orderIndifferentArray).toNot(containElementSatisfying({ string in
73                return string == "kittens"
74            }))
75        }
76    }
77
78    func testContainElementSatisfyingNegativeCaseSpecificErrorMessage() {
79        let orderIndifferentArray = ["puppies", "kittens", "turtles"]
80        failsWithErrorMessage("expected to not find object in collection equal to 'kittens'") {
81            expect(orderIndifferentArray).toNot(containElementSatisfying({ string in
82                return string == "kittens"
83            }, "equal to 'kittens'"))
84        }
85    }
86}
87
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