Skip and Pass
skip will skip the example completely while
pass will execute it
normally but it will not check the output.
See the difference between those two in these
>>> def f(): ... print("Choosing a random number...") ... return 42 >>> a = 1 >>> a = f() # this assignment will not be executed # byexample: +skip >>> a 1 >>> a = f() # execute the code but ignore the output # byexample: +pass >>> a 42 >>> a = f() # the output is not ignored so we must check for it Choosing a random number...
See how to use
-skip to support