jasmine parameterized unit test – Stack Overflow

Based on piotrek’s answer and the article Parameterized testing in Javascript, you could also use the following approach which uses ES6 syntax:

[ 
['abc', 3], 
['ab', 2], 
['', 0],
].forEach(([string, expectedLength]) => { 
it(`should return length ${expectedLength} for string "${string}"`, 
() => { expect(string.length).toBe(expectedLength); });
});

I have tested it with the Jest test framework, but it should work with Jasmine as well.

Source: jasmine parameterized unit test – Stack Overflow

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