Verifying Operators in HTML
I am trying to verify a TextNode that has the value on screen "Unit of Measure ≥ "EA" "
When I use object Spy the contenttext property is "Unit of Measure = "EA"". If I pass the expectedvalue of "Unit of Measure = "EA" the function still fails
Any ideas on how to verify these operator values?
RE: Verifying Operators in HTML
Did you try doubling all the quotes? I've had to do that sometimes to verify a string.
""Unit of Measure = ""EA""""
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Re: Verifying Operators in HTML
You should use single qoute('') for whole expression and double qoute("") for special expression check. Example is as follows:
"Unit of Measure = 'EA'"
Re: RE: Verifying Operators in HTML
Hi, You should use single qoute('') for whole expression and double qoute("") for special expression check. Example is as follows: "Unit of Measure = 'EA' "