NUnit.Framework.Assert.AreNotEqual(decimal, decimal)

Here are the examples of the csharp api class NUnit.Framework.Assert.AreNotEqual(decimal, decimal) taken from open source projects. By voting up you can indicate which examples are most useful and appropriate.

8 Examples 7

1. Example

Project: ContinuousTests
Source File: NotEqualFixture.cs
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[Test]
        public void NotEqualSameTypes()
        {
            byte b1 = 35;
            sbyte/n ..... /n //View Source file for more details /n }

2. Example

Project: ContinuousTests
Source File: NotEqualFixture.cs
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[Test]
        public void NotEqualSameTypes()
        {
            byte b1 = 35;
            sbyte/n ..... /n //View Source file for more details /n }

3. Example

Project: ContinuousTests
Source File: NotEqualFixture.cs
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[Test]
        public void NotEqualSameTypes()
        {
            byte b1 = 35;
            sbyte/n ..... /n //View Source file for more details /n }

4. Example

Project: nunitlite
Source File: NotEqualFixture.cs
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[Test]
        public void NotEqualSameTypes()
        {
            byte b1 = 35;
            sbyte/n ..... /n //View Source file for more details /n }

5. Example

Project: nunit
Source File: NotEqualFixture.cs
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[Test]
        public void NotEqualSameTypes()
        {
            byte b1 = 35;
            sbyte/n ..... /n //View Source file for more details /n }

6. Example

Project: AutoTest.Net
Source File: NotEqualFixture.cs
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[Test]
        public void NotEqualSameTypes()
        {
            byte b1 = 35;
            sbyte/n ..... /n //View Source file for more details /n }

7. Example

Project: AutoTest.Net
Source File: NotEqualFixture.cs
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[Test]
        public void NotEqualSameTypes()
        {
            byte b1 = 35;
            sbyte/n ..... /n //View Source file for more details /n }

8. Example

Project: AutoTest.Net
Source File: NotEqualFixture.cs
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[Test]
        public void NotEqualSameTypes()
        {
            byte b1 = 35;
            sbyte/n ..... /n //View Source file for more details /n }