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why the testcase is successfull in my workspace but failing in the training course

Training: https://teamtreehouse.com/library/javascript-unit-testing/behavior-driven-development-with-mocha-chai/a-testing-test Challenge: Write a test spec that proves the clone function in clone.js returns an object where all properties match. HINT: it might help to check the Chai docs. Clone.js function clone (objectForCloning) { return Object.assign({}, objectForCloning) } module.exports = clone clone_spec.js var expect = require('chai').expect describe('clone', function () { var clone = require('./clone.js').clone; it('some description string', function () { /* let result = function() { return clone({a:1}); } */ //expect(result).to.deep.equal({a:1}); expect(clone({a:1}).to.deep.equal({a:1});



1 Answer

Babak Bandpey
Babak Bandpey
Courses Plus Student 7,930 Points

Hello, Try this.

const obj = {a:1, b:2};