class Assert::Assertions::GreaterThan(PropertyType)


Validates a property is greater than value.


class Example
  include Assert

  def initialize; end

  @[Assert::GreaterThan(value: 100)]
  property int32 : Int32 = 101

  @[Assert::GreaterThan(value: 0.0001_f64)]
  property float : Float64 = 0.0002

  @[Assert::GreaterThan(value: "X")]
  property string : String = "Y"

  @[Assert::GreaterThan(value: end_date)]
  property start_date : Time? = Time.utc(2019, 5, 29)

  @[Assert::GreaterThan(value: Time.utc(2019, 1, 1))]
  property end_date : Time? = Time.utc(2019, 5, 20)

  @[Assert::GreaterThan(value: max_value)]
  property getter_property : UInt8 = 250_u8

  def max_value : UInt8
end # => true

NOTE value can be a hard-coded value like 10, the name of another property, a constant, or the name of a method.

NOTE The type of value and the property must match.

NOTE PropertyType can be anything that defines a #> method.

Defined in:



Instance Method Summary

Instance methods inherited from class Assert::Assertions::Assertion

default_message_template : String default_message_template, groups : Array(String) groups, message : String message, message_template : String message_template, property_name : String property_name, valid? : Bool valid?

Constructor methods inherited from class Assert::Assertions::Assertion

new(property_name : String, message : String? = nil, groups : Array(String)? = nil) new

Constructor Detail

def : String, actual : PropertyType, value : PropertyType, message : String? = nil, groups : Array(String)? = nil) #

[View source]

Instance Method Detail

def default_message_template : String #

Returns the default #message_template to use if no message is provided.

[View source]
def message : String #

The message to display if self is not valid.

NOTE This method is defined automatically, and is just present for documentation purposes.

[View source]
def valid? : Bool #

Returns true if a property satisfies self, otherwise false.

[View source]