Assert.AreNotEqual Method (Single, Single, Single)
Verifies that two specified singles are not equal, and not within the specified accuracy of each other. The assertion fails if they are equal or within the specified accuracy of each other.
Assembly: Microsoft.VisualStudio.QualityTools.UnitTestFramework (in Microsoft.VisualStudio.QualityTools.UnitTestFramework.dll)
'Declaration Public Shared Sub AreNotEqual ( _ notExpected As Single, _ actual As Single, _ delta As Single _ )
public static void AreNotEqual( float notExpected, float actual, float delta )
public: static void AreNotEqual( float notExpected, float actual, float delta )
static member AreNotEqual : notExpected:float32 * actual:float32 * delta:float32 -> unit
public static function AreNotEqual( notExpected : float, actual : float, delta : float )
The first single to compare. This is the single the unit test expects.
The second single to compare. This is the single the unit test produced.
The required inaccuracy. The assertion will fail only if notExpected is equal to actual or different from it by less than delta.
notExpected is equal to actual or different from it by less than delta.
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