NUnit.Framework.Assert.AreNotEqual(int, int, string, params object[])

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

5 Examples 7

1. Example

Project: 32feet
Source File: Assert.cs
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static public void AreNotEqual(int expected, int actual) 
		{
			Assert.AreNotEqual(expected, actual, string.Empty, null);
		}

2. Example

Project: 32feet
Source File: Assert.cs
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static public void AreNotEqual(int expected, int actual, string message) 
		{
			Assert.AreNotEqual(expected, actual, message, null);
		}

3. Example

Project: 32feet
Source File: Assert.cs
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static public void AreNotEqual(int expected, int actual, string message) 
		{
			Assert.AreNotEqual(expected, actual, message, null);
		}

4. Example

Project: 32feet
Source File: Assert.cs
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static public void AreNotEqual(int expected, int actual) 
		{
			Assert.AreNotEqual(expected, actual, string.Empty, null);
		}

5. Example

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public static string InspectSerializedSection(string serialized, string sectionName, IEnumerable<string> elements)
        {
            const string notFound = "expected '{0}' not found";
            var searchFor = "BEGIN:" + sectionName;
            var begin = serialized.IndexOf(searchFor);
            Assert.AreNotEqual(-1, begin, notFound, searchFor);

            searchFor = "END:" + sectionName;
            var end = serialized.IndexOf(searchFor, begin);
            Assert.AreNotEqual(-1, end, notFound, searchFor);

            var searchRegion = serialized.Substring(begin, end - begin + 1);

            foreach (var e in elements)
            {
                Assert.IsTrue(searchRegion.Contains(SerializationConstants.LineBreak + e + SerializationConstants.LineBreak), notFound, e);
            }

            return searchRegion;
        }