Difference between assert and verify

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what is difference between assert and verify in selenium ide?
Feb 11 in Selenium by Robert
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  • If an "assert" command fails then test execution will be aborted.
  • If a "verify" command fails then test will continue execution and log the failure.
That is the major difference between assert and verify. Hope this helps.
answered Feb 12 by Ruchita

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