Here is another example modeling a graph structure. opexit Here is the output of the USE tool confirming our expectations about the success and failure of postconditions.
Objects of class Node represent nodes of a graph that can be connected by edges. opexit -- postcondition target Node Is New fails, -- because n3 has already been created above ! Details during the evaluation of failing postconditions provide hints about what went wrong. opexit postcondition `one New Target' is false evaluation results: self : Node = @n1 self.target : Set(Node) = Set self : Node = @n1 [email protected] : Set(Node) = Set (self.target - [email protected]) : Set(Node) = Set (self.target - [email protected])- !
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