assert.ok(value[, message])


    测试 value 是否为真。 相当于 assert.equal(!!value, true, message)

    Tests if value is truthy. It is equivalent to assert.equal(!!value, true, message).

    If value is not truthy, an AssertionError is thrown with a message property set equal to the value of the message parameter. If the message parameter is undefined, a default error message is assigned. If the message parameter is an instance of an Error then it will be thrown instead of the AssertionError. If no arguments are passed in at all message will be set to the string: 'No value argument passed to `assert.ok()`'.

    Be aware that in the repl the error message will be different to the one thrown in a file! See below for further details.

    import assert from 'node:assert/strict';
    
    assert.ok(true);
    // OK
    assert.ok(1);
    // OK
    
    assert.ok();
    // AssertionError: No value argument passed to `assert.ok()`
    
    assert.ok(false, 'it\'s false');
    // AssertionError: it's false
    
    // In the repl:
    assert.ok(typeof 123 === 'string');
    // AssertionError: false == true
    
    // In a file (e.g. test.js):
    assert.ok(typeof 123 === 'string');
    // AssertionError: The expression evaluated to a falsy value:
    //
    //   assert.ok(typeof 123 === 'string')
    
    assert.ok(false);
    // AssertionError: The expression evaluated to a falsy value:
    //
    //   assert.ok(false)
    
    assert.ok(0);
    // AssertionError: The expression evaluated to a falsy value:
    //
    //   assert.ok(0)const assert = require('node:assert/strict');
    
    assert.ok(true);
    // OK
    assert.ok(1);
    // OK
    
    assert.ok();
    // AssertionError: No value argument passed to `assert.ok()`
    
    assert.ok(false, 'it\'s false');
    // AssertionError: it's false
    
    // In the repl:
    assert.ok(typeof 123 === 'string');
    // AssertionError: false == true
    
    // In a file (e.g. test.js):
    assert.ok(typeof 123 === 'string');
    // AssertionError: The expression evaluated to a falsy value:
    //
    //   assert.ok(typeof 123 === 'string')
    
    assert.ok(false);
    // AssertionError: The expression evaluated to a falsy value:
    //
    //   assert.ok(false)
    
    assert.ok(0);
    // AssertionError: The expression evaluated to a falsy value:
    //
    //   assert.ok(0)
    import assert from 'node:assert/strict';
    
    // Using `assert()` works the same:
    assert(0);
    // AssertionError: The expression evaluated to a falsy value:
    //
    //   assert(0)const assert = require('node:assert');
    
    // Using `assert()` works the same:
    assert(0);
    // AssertionError: The expression evaluated to a falsy value:
    //
    //   assert(0)