[Mono-list] Odd behavior

Nick Drochak ndrochak@gol.com
Mon, 25 Feb 2002 12:43:39 +0900

| public void TestCompareTo () {
|   int tmp;
|   tmp = d_ninf.CompareTo(d_pinf);
|   AssertEquals("TODO THIS TEST FAILS: CompareTo Infinity failed!!",
| d_ninf.CompareTo(d_pinf) < 0, true);
|   AssertEquals("TODO BUT THIS ONE DOES NOT: CompareTo Infinity
| failed!!!!!!!!!", tmp < 0, true);
|  }

I don't have an answer to your problem with the double, but I just wanted to
comment on your use of AssertEquals().  In case you didn't know, you can
just use Assert(message, logical_expression) in this case since you are
testing for a true/false value.

Also when you do use AssertEquals(mesage, expected, actual) note the
expected value is the second parameter, and the actual value is the third.
NUnit will report a nicely formatted message when the assert fails.  If you
get them backwards, the message will be misleading.

Nick D.