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When you pass a string to R.test instead of a regex, it always returns true #1413

albrow opened this issue Sep 28, 2015 · 2 comments


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albrow commented Sep 28, 2015

The following code returns true:

R.test('foo', 'bar')

Here it is in the repl.

This seems like a pretty easy mistake to make, and I think the appropriate behavior is to throw an exception and point out that the first argument is not the correct type.

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Are you happy for us to check the type of the first argument, @CrossEye?

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Not really, but I can't think of anything better.

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