# How to use testDictionariesWithDifferentSequences method of EqualTest class

Best Nimble code snippet using EqualTest.testDictionariesWithDifferentSequences

EqualTest.swift

Source:EqualTest.swift

`...15 ("testOperatorEqualityWithArrays", testOperatorEqualityWithArrays),16 ("testOperatorEqualityWithDictionaries", testOperatorEqualityWithDictionaries),17 ("testOptionalEquality", testOptionalEquality),18 ("testArrayOfOptionalsEquality", testArrayOfOptionalsEquality),19 ("testDictionariesWithDifferentSequences", testDictionariesWithDifferentSequences),20 ]21 }22 func testEquality() {23 expect(1 as CInt).to(equal(1 as CInt))24 expect(1 as CInt).to(equal(1))25 expect(1).to(equal(1))26 expect("hello").to(equal("hello"))27 expect("hello").toNot(equal("world"))28 expect {29 130 }.to(equal(1))31 failsWithErrorMessage("expected to equal <world>, got <hello>") {32 expect("hello").to(equal("world"))33 }34 failsWithErrorMessage("expected to not equal <hello>, got <hello>") {35 expect("hello").toNot(equal("hello"))36 }37 }38 func testArrayEquality() {39 expect([1, 2, 3]).to(equal([1, 2, 3]))40 expect([1, 2, 3]).toNot(equal([1, 2]))41 expect([1, 2, 3]).toNot(equal([1, 2, 4]))42 let array1: [Int] = [1, 2, 3]43 let array2: [Int] = [1, 2, 3]44 expect(array1).to(equal(array2))45 expect(array1).to(equal([1, 2, 3]))46 expect(array1).toNot(equal([1, 2] as [Int]))47#if os(macOS) || os(iOS) || os(tvOS) || os(watchOS)48 expect(NSArray(array: [1, 2, 3])).to(equal(NSArray(array: [1, 2, 3])))49#endif50 failsWithErrorMessage("expected to equal <[1, 2]>, got <[1, 2, 3]>") {51 expect([1, 2, 3]).to(equal([1, 2]))52 }53 }54 func testSetEquality() {55 expect(Set([1, 2])).to(equal(Set([1, 2])))56 expect(Set<Int>()).to(equal(Set<Int>()))57 expect(Set<Int>()) == Set<Int>()58 expect(Set([1, 2])) != Set<Int>()59 failsWithErrorMessageForNil("expected to equal <[1, 2]>, got <nil>") {60 expect(nil as Set<Int>?).to(equal(Set([1, 2])))61 }62 failsWithErrorMessage("expected to equal <[1, 2, 3]>, got <[2, 3]>, missing <[1]>") {63 expect(Set([2, 3])).to(equal(Set([1, 2, 3])))64 }65 failsWithErrorMessage("expected to equal <[1, 2, 3]>, got <[1, 2, 3, 4]>, extra <[4]>") {66 expect(Set([1, 2, 3, 4])).to(equal(Set([1, 2, 3])))67 }68 failsWithErrorMessage("expected to equal <[1, 2, 3]>, got <[2, 3, 4]>, missing <[1]>, extra <[4]>") {69 expect(Set([2, 3, 4])).to(equal(Set([1, 2, 3])))70 }71 failsWithErrorMessage("expected to equal <[1, 2, 3]>, got <[2, 3, 4]>, missing <[1]>, extra <[4]>") {72 expect(Set([2, 3, 4])) == Set([1, 2, 3])73 }74 failsWithErrorMessage("expected to not equal <[1, 2, 3]>, got <[1, 2, 3]>") {75 expect(Set([1, 2, 3])) != Set([1, 2, 3])76 }77 }78 func testDoesNotMatchNils() {79 failsWithErrorMessageForNil("expected to equal <nil>, got <nil>") {80 expect(nil as String?).to(equal(nil as String?))81 }82 failsWithErrorMessageForNil("expected to not equal <nil>, got <foo>") {83 expect("foo").toNot(equal(nil as String?))84 }85 failsWithErrorMessageForNil("expected to not equal <bar>, got <nil>") {86 expect(nil as String?).toNot(equal("bar"))87 }88 failsWithErrorMessageForNil("expected to equal <nil>, got <nil>") {89 expect(nil as [Int]?).to(equal(nil as [Int]?))90 }91 failsWithErrorMessageForNil("expected to not equal <[1]>, got <nil>") {92 expect(nil as [Int]?).toNot(equal([1]))93 }94 failsWithErrorMessageForNil("expected to not equal <nil>, got <[1]>") {95 expect([1]).toNot(equal(nil as [Int]?))96 }97 failsWithErrorMessageForNil("expected to equal <nil>, got <nil>") {98 expect(nil as [Int: Int]?).to(equal(nil as [Int: Int]?))99 }100 failsWithErrorMessageForNil("expected to not equal <[1: 1]>, got <nil>") {101 expect(nil as [Int: Int]?).toNot(equal([1: 1]))102 }103 failsWithErrorMessageForNil("expected to not equal <nil>, got <[1: 1]>") {104 expect([1: 1]).toNot(equal(nil as [Int: Int]?))105 }106 failsWithErrorMessageForNil("expected to not equal <nil>, got <1>") {107 expect(1).toNot(equal(nil))108 }109 }110 func testDictionaryEquality() {111 expect(["foo": "bar"]).to(equal(["foo": "bar"]))112 expect(["foo": "bar"]).toNot(equal(["foo": "baz"]))113 let actual = ["foo": "bar"]114 let expected = ["foo": "bar"]115 let unexpected = ["foo": "baz"]116 expect(actual).to(equal(expected))117 expect(actual).toNot(equal(unexpected))118#if os(macOS) || os(iOS) || os(tvOS) || os(watchOS)119 expect(NSDictionary(object: "bar", forKey: "foo" as NSString)).to(equal(["foo": "bar"]))120 expect(NSDictionary(object: "bar", forKey: "foo" as NSString) as? [String: String]).to(equal(expected))121#endif122 }123 func testDataEquality() {124 let actual = "foobar".data(using: .utf8)125 let expected = "foobar".data(using: .utf8)126 let unexpected = "foobarfoo".data(using: .utf8)127 expect(actual).to(equal(expected))128 expect(actual).toNot(equal(unexpected))129 #if os(Linux)130 // FIXME: Swift on Linux triggers a segfault when calling NSData's hash() (last checked on 03-11)131 let expectedErrorMessage = "expected to equal <Data<length=9>>, got <Data<length=6>>"132 #else133 let expectedErrorMessage = "expected to equal <Data<hash=92856895,length=9>>,"134 + " got <Data<hash=114710658,length=6>>"135 #endif136 failsWithErrorMessage(expectedErrorMessage) {137 expect(actual).to(equal(unexpected))138 }139 }140 func testNSObjectEquality() {141 expect(NSNumber(value: 1)).to(equal(NSNumber(value: 1)))142 expect(NSNumber(value: 1)) == NSNumber(value: 1)143 expect(NSNumber(value: 1)) != NSNumber(value: 2)144 expect { NSNumber(value: 1) }.to(equal(1))145 }146 func testOperatorEquality() {147 expect("foo") == "foo"148 expect("foo") != "bar"149 failsWithErrorMessage("expected to equal <world>, got <hello>") {150 expect("hello") == "world"151 return152 }153 failsWithErrorMessage("expected to not equal <hello>, got <hello>") {154 expect("hello") != "hello"155 return156 }157 }158 func testOperatorEqualityWithArrays() {159 let array1: [Int] = [1, 2, 3]160 let array2: [Int] = [1, 2, 3]161 let array3: [Int] = [1, 2]162 expect(array1) == array2163 expect(array1) != array3164 }165 func testOperatorEqualityWithDictionaries() {166 let dict1 = ["foo": "bar"]167 let dict2 = ["foo": "bar"]168 let dict3 = ["foo": "baz"]169 expect(dict1) == dict2170 expect(dict1) != dict3171 }172 func testOptionalEquality() {173 expect(1 as CInt?).to(equal(1))174 expect(1 as CInt?).to(equal(1 as CInt?))175 }176 func testArrayOfOptionalsEquality() {177 let array1: [Int?] = [1, nil, 3]178 let array2: [Int?] = [nil, 2, 3]179 let array3: [Int?] = [1, nil, 3]180 expect(array1).toNot(equal(array2))181 expect(array1).to(equal(array3))182 expect(array2).toNot(equal(array3))183 let allNils1: [String?] = [nil, nil, nil, nil]184 let allNils2: [String?] = [nil, nil, nil, nil]185 let notReallyAllNils: [String?] = [nil, nil, nil, "turtles"]186 expect(allNils1).to(equal(allNils2))187 expect(allNils1).toNot(equal(notReallyAllNils))188 let noNils1: [Int?] = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]189 let noNils2: [Int?] = [1, 3, 5, 7, 9]190 expect(noNils1).toNot(equal(noNils2))191 failsWithErrorMessage("expected to equal <[Optional(1), nil]>, got <[nil, Optional(2)]>") {192 let arrayOfOptionalInts: [Int?] = [nil, 2]193 let anotherArrayOfOptionalInts: [Int?] = [1, nil]194 expect(arrayOfOptionalInts).to(equal(anotherArrayOfOptionalInts))195 return196 }197 }198 func testDictionariesWithDifferentSequences() {199 // see: https://github.com/Quick/Nimble/issues/61200 // these dictionaries generate different orderings of sequences.201 let result = ["how": 1, "think": 1, "didnt": 2, "because": 1,202 "interesting": 1, "always": 1, "right": 1, "such": 1,203 "to": 3, "say": 1, "cool": 1, "you": 1,204 "weather": 3, "be": 1, "went": 1, "was": 2,205 "sometimes": 1, "and": 3, "mind": 1, "rain": 1,206 "whole": 1, "everything": 1, "weather.": 1, "down": 1,207 "kind": 1, "mood.": 1, "it": 2, "everyday": 1, "might": 1,208 "more": 1, "have": 2, "person": 1, "could": 1, "tenth": 2,209 "night": 1, "write": 1, "Youd": 1, "affects": 1, "of": 3,210 "Who": 1, "us": 1, "an": 1, "I": 4, "my": 1, "much": 2,211 "wrong.": 1, "peacefully.": 1, "amazing": 3, "would": 4,212 "just": 1, "grade.": 1, "Its": 2, "The": 2, "had": 1, "that": 1,...`

testDictionariesWithDifferentSequences

Using AI Code Generation

`1import Foundation2class EqualTest {3 func testDictionariesWithDifferentSequences() {4 print("dict1: \(dict1)")5 print("dict2: \(dict2)")6 if dict1 == dict2 {7 print("dict1 and dict2 are equal")8 }9 else {10 print("dict1 and dict2 are not equal")11 }12 }13 func testDictionariesWithDifferentKeys() {14 print("dict1: \(dict1)")15 print("dict2: \(dict2)")16 if dict1 == dict2 {17 print("dict1 and dict2 are equal")18 }19 else {20 print("dict1 and dict2 are not equal")21 }22 }23 func testDictionariesWithDifferentValues() {24 print("dict1: \(dict1)")25 print("dict2: \(dict2)")26 if dict1 == dict2 {27 print("dict1 and dict2 are equal")28 }29 else {30 print("dict1 and dict2 are not equal")31 }32 }33 func testDictionariesWithDifferentKeysAndValues() {34 print("dict1: \(dict1)")35 print("dict2`

testDictionariesWithDifferentSequences

Using AI Code Generation

`1import Foundation2class EqualTest {3 func testDictionariesWithDifferentSequences() {4 if dict1 == dict2 {5 print("Dictionaries are equal")6 } else {7 print("Dictionaries are not equal")8 }9 }10}11let test = EqualTest()12test.testDictionariesWithDifferentSequences()13import Foundation14class EqualTest {15 func testDictionariesWithDifferentSequences() {16 if dict1 == dict2 {17 print("Dictionaries are equal")18 } else {19 print("Dictionaries are not equal")20 }21 }22}23let test = EqualTest()24test.testDictionariesWithDifferentSequences()25import Foundation26class EqualTest {27 func testDictionariesWithDifferentSequences() {28 if dict1 == dict2 {29 print("Dictionaries are equal")30 } else {31 print("Dictionaries are not equal")32 }33 }34}35let test = EqualTest()36test.testDictionariesWithDifferentSequences()37import Foundation38class EqualTest {39 func testDictionariesWithDifferentSequences() {`

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