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[Bug 19782] test cases using 'assert-eq' for numeric values instead of 'assert'

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Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2012 11:41:16 +0000
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--- Comment #10 from Sorin Nasoi <spungi@gmail.com> ---
"For example, <assert-eq>12&</assert-eq> asserts that the result of the test
expression is an atomic value that compares equal to the integer 12 (which
means it might be the double value 12.0 or the float value 12.0 or the untyped
atomic value "12.0", for example)."

Means that
<assert-eq>"integer decimal float double"</assert-eq>
would not succeed when compared to ('integer', 'decimal', 'float', 'double')
and would succeed when compared to ('"', 'integer', 'decimal', 'float',
'double', '"')
right?

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