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Python Python Testing Be Assertive assertIn

Add a new test named test_not_in_anagrams and use self.assertNotIn() to make sure "code" isn't in the anagrams for "tree

Add a new test named test_not_in_anagrams and use self.assertNotIn() to make sure "code" isn't in the anagrams for "treehouse".

import unittest

from string_fun import get_anagrams

class AnagramTests(unittest.TestCase): 
  def test_in_anagrams(self): 
    self.assertIn("house", get_anagrams('Treehouse'))

  def test_not_in_anagrams(self): 
      with self.assertNotIn('code', get_anagrams('Treehouse')): 
import itertools

def is_palindrome(yarn):
    """Return whether or not a string is a palindrome.

    A palindrome is a word/phrase that's the same in
    both directions.
    return yarn == yarn[::-1]

def get_anagrams(*yarn):
    """Return a list of anagrams for a string."""
    # If only one letter came in, return it
    if yarn:
        if len(yarn[0]) <= 1:
            return list(yarn)
        raise ValueError("Must provide at least two letters")

    # Get all of the words from the dictionary
    words = set([
        w.strip().lower() for w in open('words.txt')

    output = set()
    for thread in yarn:
        thread = thread.lower()
        # Find all possible anagrams
        for i in range(2, len(thread)):
            fibers = set(
                [''.join(w) for w in itertools.permutations(thread, i)]

    # Finally, return all of the combinations that are in the dictionary
    return sorted(list(output))


def test_not_in_anagrams(self): with self.assertNotIn("code", get_anagrams('Treehouse')): pass

1 Answer

You don't need to use with.

You're pretty much using the same code as the assertIn, but with assertNotIn and "code" instead of "house".