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Finish first lesson.

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`         #`
`         #   http://bit.ly/about_asserts`
` `
`-        self.assertTrue(False)  # This should be true`
`+        self.assertTrue(True)  # This should be true`
` `
`     def test_assert_with_message(self):`
`         """`
`         Enlightenment may be more easily achieved with appropriate messages.`
`         """`
`-        self.assertTrue(False, "This should be true -- Please fix this")`
`+        self.assertTrue(True, "This should be true -- Please fix this")`
` `
`     def test_fill_in_values(self):`
`         """`
`         Sometimes we will ask you to fill in the values`
`         """`
`-        self.assertEqual(__, 1 + 1)`
`+        self.assertEqual(2, 1 + 1)`
` `
`     def test_assert_equality(self):`
`         """`
`         To understand reality, we must compare our expectations against`
`         reality.`
`         """`
`-        expected_value = __`
`+        expected_value = 2`
`         actual_value = 1 + 1`
`         self.assertTrue(expected_value == actual_value)`
` `
`         """`
`         Some ways of asserting equality are better than others.`
`         """`
`-        expected_value = __`
`+        expected_value = 2`
`         actual_value = 1 + 1`
` `
`         self.assertEqual(expected_value, actual_value)`
`         """`
` `
`         # This throws an AssertionError exception`
`-        assert False`
`+        assert True`
` `
`     def test_that_sometimes_we_need_to_know_the_class_type(self):`
`         """`
`         #`
`         # See for yourself:`
` `
`-        self.assertEqual(__, "naval".__class__) # It's str, not <type 'str'>`
`+        self.assertEqual(str, "naval".__class__) # It's str, not <type 'str'>`
` `
`         # Need an illustration? More reading can be found here:`
`         #`