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Test::Tolerant - test routines for testing numbers against tolerances
use Test::More; use Test::Tolerant; my $total = rand(6) + rand(6) + rand(6); is_tol(10, [ qw( 3 to 18 ) ], "got an acceptable result from random dice"); done_testing;
is_tol is_tol($have, $want_spec, $comment); "is_tol" is the only routine provided by Test::Tolerant, and is exported by default. It beahves like "is" from Test::More, asserting that two values must be equal, but it will always use numeric equality, and the second argument is not always used as the right hand side of comparison directly, but it used to produce a Number::Tolerant to compare to. $have_spec can be: * a Number::Tolerant object * an arrayref of args to Number::Tolerant->new * a string to be passed to Number::Tolerant->from_string * a literal number falls under this group If the value is outside of spec, you'll get a diagnostic message something like this: given value is outside acceptable tolerances have: 3 want: 5 < x
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This software is copyright (c) 2004 by Ricardo Signes. This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.