I have a task where I need to create a series of functions that will test a program given to us. The only tests I need to provide are ones that will come out to True
I followed an example and tried to apply it to the specifications that were given but I’m not sure how to tackle the other ones. This is a very new topic for us in Python and I’d like some help because this will help me learn it a lot faster. Any help is really appreciated. Please show the change in code. Thanks in advance!
The idea of writing a test is generally to pass a complete set of inputs to the function you’re testing and verify that they produce the expected output. For your function this might look something like:
def test_pumpernickel(): # Test some invalid argument types. assert pumpernickel(1, 2, 3) is None assert pumpernickel([1, 1.5], [2, 2.5], 3) is None assert pumpernickel("foo", "bar", "baz") is None # Test some True results. assert pumpernickel(, [2, 3], 4) # 1+3=4 assert pumpernickel([2, 3], [4, 5, 6], 8) # 3+5=8 assert pumpernickel([0, 0, 0], [1, 1, 1], 1) # 0+1=1 # Test some False results. assert pumpernickel(, [2, 3], 5) is False assert pumpernickel(, , 3) is False assert pumpernickel([1, 2, 3], [4, 5, 6], 0) is False
If any of the tests fail, it tells you that there’s a bug in the function (or maybe that there’s a bug in the test — you need to double-check your understanding of what the function is supposed to do, and how the test is working, to know which it is)!
Answered By – Samwise
Answer Checked By – Willingham (BugsFixing Volunteer)