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Can any one explain Assert.AreEqual(true, true) Verifies that two specified objects are equal. The assertion fails if the objects are not equal. Displays a message if the assertion fails. example and explanation? Very simple NUnit test: using System; using NUnit.Framework; namespace SampleUnitTest { [TestFixture] public Class SampleTest { ...


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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. Example usage: Do some steps in your application Gather the value of a field Assert that the value is indeed the value you expect Assert.AreEqual(Actual, Expected) This could give an assertion failure if Actual and Expected ...


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Are you using Visual Studio Express? If so, perhaps the workaround described in this SO thread will work for you: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13348613/nunit-runners-via-nuget-on-visual-studio-2012-express-doesnt-work Edit: The selected answer, which reveals the limitation of Visual Studio Express + Nunit As I've found out Visual Studio Express does ...


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Have you tried installing it using NuGet? Download and install NuGet. I recommend never installing any package without NuGet (unless absolutely neccecary, which is rare). It has a convenient plugin directly with Visual Studio (I assume you're using VS). Also you should make sure package restore during build is enabled in the project configuration (so you ...



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