NUnit.Framework.Assert.IsNullOrEmpty(string, string)

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4 Examples 7

1. Example

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[Test]
		public void PopulateTreeView_NewProjectDoesNotCrash_DoesNotGeneratesContent()
		{
			var fo/n ..... /n //View Source file for more details /n }

2. Example

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private static void AssertTemplateField(Dictionary<string, string> expectations, string key, string value)
        {
            string expected;
            expectations.TryGetValue(key, out expected);
            if(string.IsNullOrEmpty(expected))
            {
                Assert.IsNullOrEmpty(value, string.Format("Checking value of " + key));
            }
            else
            {
                Assert.AreEqual(expected, value, string.Format("Checking value of " + key));
            }
        }

3. Example

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[Test]
		public void UsersAreNotifiedOfSharedItems()
		{
			var subEntryHeadword = new ConfigurableD/n ..... /n //View Source file for more details /n }

4. Example

Project: xenadmin
Source File: I18nResourceFilesTests.cs
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[Test]
        public void TestEnsureI18nFilesInPlace()
        {
            var xenAdminTests = As/n ..... /n //View Source file for more details /n }