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Checks whether the specified expressions are different in assertive programming and in automatic test mode.
Note: This function is equivalent to dbgCheckDifferent.
Example
// The function should not return 0
TestCheckDifferent(CalcFunction(), 0)
Syntax
TestCheckDifferent(<Expression 1> , <Expression 2> [, <Comments> [, <Parameter 1> [... [, <Parameter N>]]]])
<Expression 1>: Character string (with or without quotes)
Any expression.
<Expression 2>: Character string (with quotes)
Any expression.
<Comments>: Character string (with quotes)
Character string in the format defined by StringBuild.
<Parameter 1>: Any type
First parameter expected by <Comments>.
<Parameter N>: Any type
Nth parameter expected by <Comments>.
Remarks

Operating mode

When the expressions are equal:
  • WINDEVWEBDEV - Server codeWindows Mobile in automatic test mode, an error is added into the status report of the test (equivalent to TestWriteResult).
  • in manual test mode, an assertion is displayed (equivalent to dbgAssert).
  • in runtime mode, an assertion is displayed if the assertions have been enabled (equivalent to dbgAssert).
When running an application, the expression is not evaluated if the assertions are not enabled.
dbgOnError allows you to automatically start a WLanguage procedure used to retrieve the comment linked to the error.
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Managing assertions

The messages of TestCheckDifferent will be written into the ADB log (at "Assert" level). See Managing ADB logs for more details.
Component : wd240.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 23
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