What are the different assertions supported by testNG?

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Assertion is used to verify the condition in between the test running. I am curious as what are the different assertions I can use in TestNG?

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The different assertions you can use in testNG are as follows:-

  • assertEqual(String actual,String expected)
  • assertEqual(String actual,String expected, String message)
  • assertEquals(boolean actual,boolean expected)
  • assertTrue(condition)
  • assertTrue(condition, message)
  • assertFalse(condition)
  • assertFalse(condition, message)
These are the test assert commands you can use in TestNG. Hope this helps.
answered Jan 2 by Nabarupa

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