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I ran across a testing situation the other day when I needed to compare several properties on two objects, and assert that they were all equal.   In my next test, I wanted to assert that those same properties were all not equal.   I hate copying and pasting a list of properties to assert against, and just changing the method call from Assert. AreEqual to Assert. Usa cialis arenotequal.

The solution many might suggest is implementing the Equals method of my class.   However, this would be injecting code into my domain class that doesn't belong there since it doesn't get used in the application domain, only in the test domain, or it may already be implemented for its real domain use.   I don't see this as a viable solution.

My solution.   Since Assert. AreEqual and Assert. AreNotEqual have the same signature, we can create a delegate and pass the correct assertion method to a new method which we might call AssertProperties.   It might look something like the following:

[Test]
public void PropsAreEqual()
{
	Coder c1 = usa cialis] blue">new Coder("jon",  "fuller",  "ruby");
	Coder c2 = new Coder("jon",  "fuller",  "c#");

	AssertProperties(c1,  c2,  new DAssertEquality(Assert. AreEqual));
}

[Test]
public void PropsAreNotEqual()
{
	Coder c1 = new Coder("jon" ,  "fuller"   ,  usa cialis style="color: maroon">"ruby");
	Coder c2 = new Coder("mark",  "garringer",  "c#");

	AssertProperties(c1,  c2,  new DAssertEquality(Assert. AreNotEqual));
}

private void AssertProperties(Coder expected usa cialis,  Coder actual,  DAssertEquality asserter)
{
	asserter(expected. FirstName,  actual. FirstName);
	asserter(expected. LastName ,  actual. LastName );
}

Thanks Mark for lending me your name.   Anyone have a better solution?  Feel free to show me up!


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