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(Beta) Learn React Testing
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In learn-react-testing/lessons/unit-testing-with-jest/exercises/matcher-functions first task expects that the first value of the
actualValue array to be
"Argentina". In example we can see
expect(actualIngredients === "Basil").toBeTruthy();. So why we cant use
expect(actualValue==="Argentina").toBeTruthy()? We got error Did you use the