will be helpful for those in need First of all, you cannot pass variables to attributes, they need to be constant. Secondly, it looks like you're using NUnit so instead of using TestCase, you can use TestCaseSource. See the docs here.
public class MyDataClass
public static IEnumerable TestCases
yield return new TestCaseData(Data.User.userType.ClientUser,
I think the issue was by ths following , Yes, exactly as @omgninjas pointed out, it is called interpolation and preceded by # in Pug. However you can't always use it (eg. inside a string). Here are some examples:
It is possible to interpolate Typescript where the variable is a string?
By : glen_harry
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . Since your string interpolation syntax is correct, this would mean that either dateTime is null or an empty string. Please add the output of your logged strings to your question and/or any errors that are showing up in the console. Based on your comments below, it seems that you have a string interpolation within a string interpolation where the first hasn't been evaluated.