[rspec-users] should and != operator

s.ross cwdinfo at gmail.com
Mon Oct 12 15:32:08 EDT 2009


Afaik, != is one of the few operators that is intrinsic. I believe  
there is no !=() method defined in Ruby.

Hunted and pecked from my iPhone

On Oct 12, 2009, at 12:21 PM, Willy Mene <wmene at stanford.edu> wrote:

> Yes, I do know about .should_not, and the example should be written  
> that way.   So the following
>
> [].should_not == []
> 'string'.should_not == 'string'
>
> do fail.  But I'm trying to understand why they pass with .should !=
>
> Willy
>
> On Oct 12, 2009, at 12:08 PM, Lee Hambley wrote:
>
>> Willy...
>>
>> Should you not use .should_not ?
>>
>> -- Lee
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