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What is Rock() calling on within the self.assertEqual method? [SOLVED]
I'm not quite understanding the mechanics of the following class:
class MoveTests(unittest.TestCase): def setUp(self): self.rock = moves.Rock() self.paper = moves.Paper() self.scissors = moves.Scissors() def test_equal(self): self.assertEqual(self.rock, Rock())
The setUp method defines self.rock so it makes sense that in
self.assertEqual method he first calls on the
self.rock, what does the second
Rock() function call on, and how does it create a new instance of
self.rock to compare itself with?
I'm just thinking how does
Rock() work without calling
nevermind... he calls
moves.Rock() after. Should have finished watching the video instead. -_-