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This provides an improved assert macro for the Rust programming language,
eliminating the need for
assert_eq! while also providing equivalents for
> and so on.
The basic idea is that if the macro is provided a condition formatted like
a == b, it’ll do what
assert_eq! does, i.e., print out
b if the
assertion fails. To avoid this functionality, simply surround the condition in
assert!((a == b)).