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Abstract base for Attributes that are used to include tests
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Marks a test to use pairwise join of any argument data provided.
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Marks a test to use a sequential join of any argument data
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Abstract base class for attributes that apply to parameters
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Attribute used to mark a class that contains one-time SetUp
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Operator that requires at least one of it's arguments to succeed
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Construct an OrOperator
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Apply the operator to produce an OrConstraint
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or as a substring of another string using the same syntax.
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Test whether the constraint is satisfied by a given value
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Flag the constraint to ignore case and return self.
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Applies a delay to the match so that a match can be evaluated in the future.
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Creates a new DelayedConstraint
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Test whether the constraint is satisfied by a given value
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Test whether the constraint is satisfied by a delegate
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Test whether the constraint is satisfied by a given reference.
Overridden to wait for the specified delay period before
calling the base constraint with the dereferenced value.
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<param name="actual">A reference to the value to be tested</param>
<returns>True for success, false for failure</returns>
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Write the constraint description to a MessageWriter
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<param name="writer">The writer on which the description is displayed</param>
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<summary>
Write the actual value for a failing constraint test to a MessageWriter.
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<param name="writer">The writer on which the actual value is displayed</param>
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Returns the string representation of the constraint.
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<summary>
EmptyDirectoryConstraint is used to test that a directory is empty
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Test whether the constraint is satisfied by a given value
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<param name="actual">The value to be tested</param>
<returns>True for success, false for failure</returns>
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Write the constraint description to a MessageWriter
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<param name="writer">The writer on which the description is displayed</param>
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Write the actual value for a failing constraint test to a
MessageWriter. The default implementation simply writes
the raw value of actual, leaving it to the writer to
perform any formatting.
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<param name="writer">The writer on which the actual value is displayed</param>
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EmptyConstraint tests a whether a string or collection is empty,
postponing the decision about which test is applied until the
type of the actual argument is known.
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<summary>
Test whether the constraint is satisfied by a given value
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<param name="actual">The value to be tested</param>
<returns>True for success, false for failure</returns>
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Write the constraint description to a MessageWriter
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<param name="writer">The writer on which the description is displayed</param>
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<summary>
EqualConstraint is able to compare an actual value with the
expected value provided in its constructor. Two objects are
considered equal if both are null, or if both have the same
value. NUnit has special semantics for some object types.
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If true, strings in error messages will be clipped
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NUnitEqualityComparer used to test equality.
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Initializes a new instance of the <see cref="T:NUnit.Framework.Constraints.EqualConstraint"/> class.
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<param name="expected">The expected value.</param>
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Flag the constraint to use a tolerance when determining equality.
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<param name="amount">Tolerance value to be used</param>
<returns>Self.</returns>
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<summary>
Flag the constraint to use the supplied IComparer object.
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<param name="comparer">The IComparer object to use.</param>
<returns>Self.</returns>
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<summary>
Flag the constraint to use the supplied IComparer object.
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<param name="comparer">The IComparer object to use.</param>
<returns>Self.</returns>
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Flag the constraint to use the supplied IComparer object.
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<returns>Self.</returns>
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Flag the constraint to use the supplied Comparison object.
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<param name="comparer">The IComparer object to use.</param>
<returns>Self.</returns>
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Flag the constraint to use the supplied IEqualityComparer object.
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Flag the constraint to use the supplied IEqualityComparer object.
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Test whether the constraint is satisfied by a given value
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Write a failure message. Overridden to provide custom
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Write description of this constraint
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and actual collections or arrays. If both are identical, the value is
only shown once.
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Displays a single line showing the point in the expected and actual
arrays at which the comparison failed. If the arrays have different
structures or dimensions, both values are shown.
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Flag the constraint to ignore case and return self.
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Flag the constraint to suppress string clipping
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Flag the constraint to compare arrays as collections
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Switches the .Within() modifier to interpret its tolerance as
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amount a given value can change. For any integers, an ulp is 1 whole
digit. For floating point values, the accuracy of which is better
for smaller numbers and worse for larger numbers, an ulp depends
on the size of the number. Using ulps for comparison of floating
point results instead of fixed tolerances is safer because it will
automatically compensate for the added inaccuracy of larger numbers.
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Switches the .Within() modifier to interpret its tolerance as
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the expected value.
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<para>
"ULP" means Unit in the Last Place and in the context of this library refers to
the distance between two adjacent floating point numbers. IEEE floating point
numbers can only represent a finite subset of natural numbers, with greater
accuracy for smaller numbers and lower accuracy for very large numbers.
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<para>
If a comparison is allowed "2 ulps" of deviation, that means the values are
allowed to deviate by up to 2 adjacent floating point values, which might be
as low as 0.0000001 for small numbers or as high as 10.0 for large numbers.
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<para>
Floating point values can only represent a finite subset of natural numbers.
For example, the values 2.00000000 and 2.00000024 can be stored in a float,
but nothing inbetween them.
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the left and the right number. If the number of possible values between both
numbers is less than or equal to maxUlps, then the numbers are considered as
being equal.
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<para>
Implementation partially follows the code outlined here:
http://www.anttirt.net/2007/08/19/proper-floating-point-comparisons/
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