Can any one explain
Assert.AreEqual(true, true); with proper example and explanation?
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You can use Assertions to verify something is in a certain state. Normally you compare the actual against the excepted state.
This could give an assertion failure if Actual and Expected differ. During a test run you should not have any assertion failures. :)
Asserts are often used in unit-tests and automated integration tests to give feedback or actually test something during a test run.
Verifies that two specified objects are equal. The assertion fails if the objects are not equal. Displays a message if the assertion fails.
Very simple NUnit test:
Explanation is simple too, integer value