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Answer: Java/ JUnit - AssertTrue vs AssertFalse

assertTrue will fail if the second parameter evaluates to false (in other words, it ensures that the value is true). assertFalse does the opposite.

assertTrue("This will succeed.", true);
assertTrue("This will fail!", false);

assertFalse("This will succeed.", false);
assertFalse("This will fail!", true);

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