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// Originally from narwhal.js (http://narwhaljs.org)
// Copyright (c) 2009 Thomas Robinson <280north.com>
//
// Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
// of this software and associated documentation files (the 'Software'), to
// deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the
// rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or
// sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
// furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
//
// The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
// all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
//
// THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED 'AS IS', WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
// IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
// FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
// AUTHORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN
// ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION
// WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
 
'use strict';
 
const {
  ArrayPrototypeIndexOf,
  ArrayPrototypeJoin,
  ArrayPrototypePush,
  ArrayPrototypeShift,
  ArrayPrototypeSlice,
  Error,
  ErrorCaptureStackTrace,
  FunctionPrototypeBind,
  NumberIsNaN,
  ObjectAssign,
  ObjectIs,
  ObjectKeys,
  ObjectPrototypeIsPrototypeOf,
  ReflectApply,
  RegExpPrototypeTest,
  SafeMap,
  String,
  StringPrototypeCharCodeAt,
  StringPrototypeIncludes,
  StringPrototypeIndexOf,
  StringPrototypeReplace,
  StringPrototypeSlice,
  StringPrototypeSplit,
  StringPrototypeStartsWith,
} = primordials;
 
const { Buffer } = require('buffer');
const {
  codes: {
    ERR_AMBIGUOUS_ARGUMENT,
    ERR_INVALID_ARG_TYPE,
    ERR_INVALID_ARG_VALUE,
    ERR_INVALID_RETURN_VALUE,
    ERR_MISSING_ARGS,
  },
  overrideStackTrace,
} = require('internal/errors');
const AssertionError = require('internal/assert/assertion_error');
const { openSync, closeSync, readSync } = require('fs');
const { inspect } = require('internal/util/inspect');
const { isPromise, isRegExp } = require('internal/util/types');
const { EOL } = require('internal/constants');
const { NativeModule } = require('internal/bootstrap/loaders');
const { isError } = require('internal/util');
 
const errorCache = new SafeMap();
const CallTracker = require('internal/assert/calltracker');
const {
  validateFunction,
} = require('internal/validators');
 
let isDeepEqual;
let isDeepStrictEqual;
let parseExpressionAt;
let findNodeAround;
let decoder;
 
function lazyLoadComparison() {
  const comparison = require('internal/util/comparisons');
  isDeepEqual = comparison.isDeepEqual;
  isDeepStrictEqual = comparison.isDeepStrictEqual;
}
 
// Escape control characters but not \n and \t to keep the line breaks and
// indentation intact.
// eslint-disable-next-line no-control-regex
const escapeSequencesRegExp = /[\x00-\x08\x0b\x0c\x0e-\x1f]/g;
const meta = [
  '\\u0000', '\\u0001', '\\u0002', '\\u0003', '\\u0004',
  '\\u0005', '\\u0006', '\\u0007', '\\b', '',
  '', '\\u000b', '\\f', '', '\\u000e',
  '\\u000f', '\\u0010', '\\u0011', '\\u0012', '\\u0013',
  '\\u0014', '\\u0015', '\\u0016', '\\u0017', '\\u0018',
  '\\u0019', '\\u001a', '\\u001b', '\\u001c', '\\u001d',
  '\\u001e', '\\u001f'
];
 
const escapeFn = (str) => meta[StringPrototypeCharCodeAt(str, 0)];
 
let warned = false;
 
// The assert module provides functions that throw
// AssertionError's when particular conditions are not met. The
// assert module must conform to the following interface.
 
const assert = module.exports = ok;
 
const NO_EXCEPTION_SENTINEL = {};
 
// All of the following functions must throw an AssertionError
// when a corresponding condition is not met, with a message that
// may be undefined if not provided. All assertion methods provide
// both the actual and expected values to the assertion error for
// display purposes.
 
function innerFail(obj) {
  if (obj.message instanceof Error) throw obj.message;

  throw new AssertionError(obj);
}
 
function fail(actual, expected, message, operator, stackStartFn) {
  const argsLen = arguments.length;

  let internalMessage = false;
  if (actual == null && argsLen <= 1) {
    internalMessage = true;
    message = 'Failed';
  } else if (argsLen === 1) {
    message = actual;
    actual = undefined;
  } else {
    if (warned === false) {
      warned = true;
      process.emitWarning(
        'assert.fail() with more than one argument is deprecated. ' +
          'Please use assert.strictEqual() instead or only pass a message.',
        'DeprecationWarning',
        'DEP0094'
      );
    }
    if (argsLen === 2)
      operator = '!=';
  }

  if (message instanceof Error) throw message;

  const errArgs = {
    actual,
    expected,
    operator: operator === undefined ? 'fail' : operator,
    stackStartFn: stackStartFn || fail,
    message
  };
  const err = new AssertionError(errArgs);
  if (internalMessage) {
    err.generatedMessage = true;
  }
  throw err;
}
 
assert.fail = fail;
 
// The AssertionError is defined in internal/error.
assert.AssertionError = AssertionError;
 
function findColumn(fd, column, code) {
  if (code.length > column + 100) {
    try {
      return parseCode(code, column);
    } catch {
      // End recursion in case no code could be parsed. The expression should
      // have been found after 2500 characters, so stop trying.
      if (code.length - column > 2500) {
        // eslint-disable-next-line no-throw-literal
        throw null;
      }
    }
  }
  // Read up to 2500 bytes more than necessary in columns. That way we address
  // multi byte characters and read enough data to parse the code.
  const bytesToRead = column - code.length + 2500;
  const buffer = Buffer.allocUnsafe(bytesToRead);
  const bytesRead = readSync(fd, buffer, 0, bytesToRead);
  code += decoder.write(buffer.slice(0, bytesRead));
  // EOF: fast path.
  if (bytesRead < bytesToRead) {
    return parseCode(code, column);
  }
  // Read potentially missing code.
  return findColumn(fd, column, code);
}
 
function getCode(fd, line, column) {
  let bytesRead = 0;
  if (line === 0) {
    // Special handle line number one. This is more efficient and simplifies the
    // rest of the algorithm. Read more than the regular column number in bytes
    // to prevent multiple reads in case multi byte characters are used.
    return findColumn(fd, column, '');
  }
  let lines = 0;
  // Prevent blocking the event loop by limiting the maximum amount of
  // data that may be read.
  let maxReads = 32; // bytesPerRead * maxReads = 512 kb
  const bytesPerRead = 16384;
  // Use a single buffer up front that is reused until the call site is found.
  let buffer = Buffer.allocUnsafe(bytesPerRead);
  while (maxReads-- !== 0) {
    // Only allocate a new buffer in case the needed line is found. All data
    // before that can be discarded.
    buffer = lines < line ? buffer : Buffer.allocUnsafe(bytesPerRead);
    bytesRead = readSync(fd, buffer, 0, bytesPerRead);
    // Read the buffer until the required code line is found.
    for (let i = 0; i < bytesRead; i++) {
      if (buffer[i] === 10 && ++lines === line) {
        // If the end of file is reached, directly parse the code and return.
        if (bytesRead < bytesPerRead) {
          return parseCode(buffer.toString('utf8', i + 1, bytesRead), column);
        }
        // Check if the read code is sufficient or read more until the whole
        // expression is read. Make sure multi byte characters are preserved
        // properly by using the decoder.
        const code = decoder.write(buffer.slice(i + 1, bytesRead));
        return findColumn(fd, column, code);
      }
    }
  }
}
 
function parseCode(code, offset) {
  // Lazy load acorn.
  if (parseExpressionAt === undefined) {
    const acorn = require('internal/deps/acorn/acorn/dist/acorn');
    const privateMethods =
      require('internal/deps/acorn-plugins/acorn-private-methods/index');
    const classFields =
      require('internal/deps/acorn-plugins/acorn-class-fields/index');
    const staticClassFeatures =
      require('internal/deps/acorn-plugins/acorn-static-class-features/index');

    ({ findNodeAround } = require('internal/deps/acorn/acorn-walk/dist/walk'));

    const Parser = acorn.Parser.extend(
      privateMethods,
      classFields,
      staticClassFeatures
    );
    parseExpressionAt = FunctionPrototypeBind(Parser.parseExpressionAt, Parser);
  }
  let node;
  let start = 0;
  // Parse the read code until the correct expression is found.
  do {
    try {
      node = parseExpressionAt(code, start, { ecmaVersion: 'latest' });
      start = node.end + 1 || start;
      // Find the CallExpression in the tree.
      node = findNodeAround(node, offset, 'CallExpression');
    } catch (err) {
      // Unexpected token error and the like.
      start += err.raisedAt || 1;
      if (start > offset) {
        // No matching expression found. This could happen if the assert
        // expression is bigger than the provided buffer.
        // eslint-disable-next-line no-throw-literal
        throw null;
      }
    }
  } while (node === undefined || node.node.end < offset);

  return [
    node.node.start,
    StringPrototypeReplace(StringPrototypeSlice(code,
                                                node.node.start, node.node.end),
                           escapeSequencesRegExp, escapeFn)
  ];
}
 
function getErrMessage(message, fn) {
  const tmpLimit = Error.stackTraceLimit;
  // Make sure the limit is set to 1. Otherwise it could fail (<= 0) or it
  // does to much work.
  Error.stackTraceLimit = 1;
  // We only need the stack trace. To minimize the overhead use an object
  // instead of an error.
  const err = {};
  ErrorCaptureStackTrace(err, fn);
  Error.stackTraceLimit = tmpLimit;

  overrideStackTrace.set(err, (_, stack) => stack);
  const call = err.stack[0];

  const filename = call.getFileName();
  const line = call.getLineNumber() - 1;
  let column = call.getColumnNumber() - 1;
  let identifier;
  let code;

  if (filename) {
    identifier = `${filename}${line}${column}`;

    // Skip Node.js modules!
    if (StringPrototypeStartsWith(filename, 'node:') &&
        NativeModule.exists(StringPrototypeSlice(filename, 5))) {
      errorCache.set(identifier, undefined);
      return;
    }
  } else {
    const fn = call.getFunction();
    if (!fn) {
      return message;
    }
    code = String(fn);
    identifier = `${code}${line}${column}`;
  }

  if (errorCache.has(identifier)) {
    return errorCache.get(identifier);
  }

  let fd;
  try {
    // Set the stack trace limit to zero. This makes sure unexpected token
    // errors are handled faster.
    Error.stackTraceLimit = 0;

    if (filename) {
      if (decoder === undefined) {
        const { StringDecoder } = require('string_decoder');
        decoder = new StringDecoder('utf8');
      }
      fd = openSync(filename, 'r', 0o666);
      // Reset column and message.
      [column, message] = getCode(fd, line, column);
      // Flush unfinished multi byte characters.
      decoder.end();
    } else {
      for (let i = 0; i < line; i++) {
        code = StringPrototypeSlice(code,
                                    StringPrototypeIndexOf(code, '\n') + 1);
      }
      [column, message] = parseCode(code, column);
    }
    // Always normalize indentation, otherwise the message could look weird.
    if (StringPrototypeIncludes(message, '\n')) {
      if (EOL === '\r\n') {
        message = StringPrototypeReplace(message, /\r\n/g, '\n');
      }
      const frames = StringPrototypeSplit(message, '\n');
      message = ArrayPrototypeShift(frames);
      for (const frame of frames) {
        let pos = 0;
        while (pos < column && (frame[pos] === ' ' || frame[pos] === '\t')) {
          pos++;
        }
        message += `\n  ${StringPrototypeSlice(frame, pos)}`;
      }
    }
    message = `The expression evaluated to a falsy value:\n\n  ${message}\n`;
    // Make sure to always set the cache! No matter if the message is
    // undefined or not
    errorCache.set(identifier, message);

    return message;
  } catch {
    // Invalidate cache to prevent trying to read this part again.
    errorCache.set(identifier, undefined);
  } finally {
    // Reset limit.
    Error.stackTraceLimit = tmpLimit;
    if (fd !== undefined)
      closeSync(fd);
  }
}
 
function innerOk(fn, argLen, value, message) {
  if (!value) {
    let generatedMessage = false;

    if (argLen === 0) {
      generatedMessage = true;
      message = 'No value argument passed to `assert.ok()`';
    } else if (message == null) {
      generatedMessage = true;
      message = getErrMessage(message, fn);
    } else if (message instanceof Error) {
      throw message;
    }

    const err = new AssertionError({
      actual: value,
      expected: true,
      message,
      operator: '==',
      stackStartFn: fn
    });
    err.generatedMessage = generatedMessage;
    throw err;
  }
}
 
// Pure assertion tests whether a value is truthy, as determined
// by !!value.
function ok(...args) {
  innerOk(ok, args.length, ...args);
}
assert.ok = ok;
 
// The equality assertion tests shallow, coercive equality with ==.
/* eslint-disable no-restricted-properties */
assert.equal = function equal(actual, expected, message) {
  if (arguments.length < 2) {
    throw new ERR_MISSING_ARGS('actual', 'expected');
  }
  // eslint-disable-next-line eqeqeq
  if (actual != expected && (!NumberIsNaN(actual) || !NumberIsNaN(expected))) {
    innerFail({
      actual,
      expected,
      message,
      operator: '==',
      stackStartFn: equal
    });
  }
};
 
// The non-equality assertion tests for whether two objects are not
// equal with !=.
assert.notEqual = function notEqual(actual, expected, message) {
  if (arguments.length < 2) {
    throw new ERR_MISSING_ARGS('actual', 'expected');
  }
  // eslint-disable-next-line eqeqeq
  if (actual == expected || (NumberIsNaN(actual) && NumberIsNaN(expected))) {
    innerFail({
      actual,
      expected,
      message,
      operator: '!=',
      stackStartFn: notEqual
    });
  }
};
 
// The equivalence assertion tests a deep equality relation.
assert.deepEqual = function deepEqual(actual, expected, message) {
  if (arguments.length < 2) {
    throw new ERR_MISSING_ARGS('actual', 'expected');
  }
  if (isDeepEqual === undefined) lazyLoadComparison();
  if (!isDeepEqual(actual, expected)) {
    innerFail({
      actual,
      expected,
      message,
      operator: 'deepEqual',
      stackStartFn: deepEqual
    });
  }
};
 
// The non-equivalence assertion tests for any deep inequality.
assert.notDeepEqual = function notDeepEqual(actual, expected, message) {
  if (arguments.length < 2) {
    throw new ERR_MISSING_ARGS('actual', 'expected');
  }
  if (isDeepEqual === undefined) lazyLoadComparison();
  if (isDeepEqual(actual, expected)) {
    innerFail({
      actual,
      expected,
      message,
      operator: 'notDeepEqual',
      stackStartFn: notDeepEqual
    });
  }
};
/* eslint-enable */
 
assert.deepStrictEqual = function deepStrictEqual(actual, expected, message) {
  if (arguments.length < 2) {
    throw new ERR_MISSING_ARGS('actual', 'expected');
  }
  if (isDeepEqual === undefined) lazyLoadComparison();
  if (!isDeepStrictEqual(actual, expected)) {
    innerFail({
      actual,
      expected,
      message,
      operator: 'deepStrictEqual',
      stackStartFn: deepStrictEqual
    });
  }
};
 
assert.notDeepStrictEqual = notDeepStrictEqual;
function notDeepStrictEqual(actual, expected, message) {
  if (arguments.length < 2) {
    throw new ERR_MISSING_ARGS('actual', 'expected');
  }
  if (isDeepEqual === undefined) lazyLoadComparison();
  if (isDeepStrictEqual(actual, expected)) {
    innerFail({
      actual,
      expected,
      message,
      operator: 'notDeepStrictEqual',
      stackStartFn: notDeepStrictEqual
    });
  }
}
 
assert.strictEqual = function strictEqual(actual, expected, message) {
  if (arguments.length < 2) {
    throw new ERR_MISSING_ARGS('actual', 'expected');
  }
  if (!ObjectIs(actual, expected)) {
    innerFail({
      actual,
      expected,
      message,
      operator: 'strictEqual',
      stackStartFn: strictEqual
    });
  }
};
 
assert.notStrictEqual = function notStrictEqual(actual, expected, message) {
  if (arguments.length < 2) {
    throw new ERR_MISSING_ARGS('actual', 'expected');
  }
  if (ObjectIs(actual, expected)) {
    innerFail({
      actual,
      expected,
      message,
      operator: 'notStrictEqual',
      stackStartFn: notStrictEqual
    });
  }
};
 
class Comparison {
  constructor(obj, keys, actual) {
    for (const key of keys) {
      if (key in obj) {
        if (actual !== undefined &&
            typeof actual[key] === 'string' &&
            isRegExp(obj[key]) &&
            RegExpPrototypeTest(obj[key], actual[key])) {
          this[key] = actual[key];
        } else {
          this[key] = obj[key];
        }
      }
    }
  }
}
 
function compareExceptionKey(actual, expected, key, message, keys, fn) {
  if (!(key in actual) || !isDeepStrictEqual(actual[key], expected[key])) {
    if (!message) {
      // Create placeholder objects to create a nice output.
      const a = new Comparison(actual, keys);
      const b = new Comparison(expected, keys, actual);

      const err = new AssertionError({
        actual: a,
        expected: b,
        operator: 'deepStrictEqual',
        stackStartFn: fn
      });
      err.actual = actual;
      err.expected = expected;
      err.operator = fn.name;
      throw err;
    }
    innerFail({
      actual,
      expected,
      message,
      operator: fn.name,
      stackStartFn: fn
    });
  }
}
 
function expectedException(actual, expected, message, fn) {
  let generatedMessage = false;
  let throwError = false;

  if (typeof expected !== 'function') {
    // Handle regular expressions.
    if (isRegExp(expected)) {
      const str = String(actual);
      if (RegExpPrototypeTest(expected, str))
        return;

      if (!message) {
        generatedMessage = true;
        message = 'The input did not match the regular expression ' +
                  `${inspect(expected)}. Input:\n\n${inspect(str)}\n`;
      }
      throwError = true;
      // Handle primitives properly.
    } else if (typeof actual !== 'object' || actual === null) {
      const err = new AssertionError({
        actual,
        expected,
        message,
        operator: 'deepStrictEqual',
        stackStartFn: fn
      });
      err.operator = fn.name;
      throw err;
    } else {
      // Handle validation objects.
      const keys = ObjectKeys(expected);
      // Special handle errors to make sure the name and the message are
      // compared as well.
      if (expected instanceof Error) {
        ArrayPrototypePush(keys, 'name', 'message');
      } else if (keys.length === 0) {
        throw new ERR_INVALID_ARG_VALUE('error',
                                        expected, 'may not be an empty object');
      }
      if (isDeepEqual === undefined) lazyLoadComparison();
      for (const key of keys) {
        if (typeof actual[key] === 'string' &&
            isRegExp(expected[key]) &&
            RegExpPrototypeTest(expected[key], actual[key])) {
          continue;
        }
        compareExceptionKey(actual, expected, key, message, keys, fn);
      }
      return;
    }
  // Guard instanceof against arrow functions as they don't have a prototype.
  // Check for matching Error classes.
  } else if (expected.prototype !== undefined && actual instanceof expected) {
    return;
  } else if (ObjectPrototypeIsPrototypeOf(Error, expected)) {
    if (!message) {
      generatedMessage = true;
      message = 'The error is expected to be an instance of ' +
        `"${expected.name}". Received `;
      if (isError(actual)) {
        const name = (actual.constructor && actual.constructor.name) ||
                     actual.name;
        if (expected.name === name) {
          message += 'an error with identical name but a different prototype.';
        } else {
          message += `"${name}"`;
        }
        if (actual.message) {
          message += `\n\nError message:\n\n${actual.message}`;
        }
      } else {
        message += `"${inspect(actual, { depth: -1 })}"`;
      }
    }
    throwError = true;
  } else {
    // Check validation functions return value.
    const res = ReflectApply(expected, {}, [actual]);
    if (res !== true) {
      if (!message) {
        generatedMessage = true;
        const name = expected.name ? `"${expected.name}" ` : '';
        message = `The ${name}validation function is expected to return` +
          ` "true". Received ${inspect(res)}`;

        if (isError(actual)) {
          message += `\n\nCaught error:\n\n${actual}`;
        }
      }
      throwError = true;
    }
  }

  if (throwError) {
    const err = new AssertionError({
      actual,
      expected,
      message,
      operator: fn.name,
      stackStartFn: fn
    });
    err.generatedMessage = generatedMessage;
    throw err;
  }
}
 
function getActual(fn) {
  validateFunction(fn, 'fn');
  try {
    fn();
  } catch (e) {
    return e;
  }
  return NO_EXCEPTION_SENTINEL;
}
 
function checkIsPromise(obj) {
  // Accept native ES6 promises and promises that are implemented in a similar
  // way. Do not accept thenables that use a function as `obj` and that have no
  // `catch` handler.
  return isPromise(obj) ||
    (obj !== null && typeof obj === 'object' &&
    typeof obj.then === 'function' &&
    typeof obj.catch === 'function');
}
 
async function waitForActual(promiseFn) {
  let resultPromise;
  if (typeof promiseFn === 'function') {
    // Return a rejected promise if `promiseFn` throws synchronously.
    resultPromise = promiseFn();
    // Fail in case no promise is returned.
    if (!checkIsPromise(resultPromise)) {
      throw new ERR_INVALID_RETURN_VALUE('instance of Promise',
                                         'promiseFn', resultPromise);
    }
  } else if (checkIsPromise(promiseFn)) {
    resultPromise = promiseFn;
  } else {
    throw new ERR_INVALID_ARG_TYPE(
      'promiseFn', ['Function', 'Promise'], promiseFn);
  }

  try {
    await resultPromise;
  } catch (e) {
    return e;
  }
  return NO_EXCEPTION_SENTINEL;
}
 
function expectsError(stackStartFn, actual, error, message) {
  if (typeof error === 'string') {
    if (arguments.length === 4) {
      throw new ERR_INVALID_ARG_TYPE('error',
                                     ['Object', 'Error', 'Function', 'RegExp'],
                                     error);
    }
    if (typeof actual === 'object' && actual !== null) {
      if (actual.message === error) {
        throw new ERR_AMBIGUOUS_ARGUMENT(
          'error/message',
          `The error message "${actual.message}" is identical to the message.`
        );
      }
    } else if (actual === error) {
      throw new ERR_AMBIGUOUS_ARGUMENT(
        'error/message',
        `The error "${actual}" is identical to the message.`
      );
    }
    message = error;
    error = undefined;
  } else if (error != null &&
             typeof error !== 'object' &&
             typeof error !== 'function') {
    throw new ERR_INVALID_ARG_TYPE('error',
                                   ['Object', 'Error', 'Function', 'RegExp'],
                                   error);
  }

  if (actual === NO_EXCEPTION_SENTINEL) {
    let details = '';
    if (error && error.name) {
      details += ` (${error.name})`;
    }
    details += message ? `: ${message}` : '.';
    const fnType = stackStartFn.name === 'rejects' ? 'rejection' : 'exception';
    innerFail({
      actual: undefined,
      expected: error,
      operator: stackStartFn.name,
      message: `Missing expected ${fnType}${details}`,
      stackStartFn
    });
  }

  if (!error)
    return;

  expectedException(actual, error, message, stackStartFn);
}
 
function hasMatchingError(actual, expected) {
  if (typeof expected !== 'function') {
    if (isRegExp(expected)) {
      const str = String(actual);
      return RegExpPrototypeTest(expected, str);
    }
    throw new ERR_INVALID_ARG_TYPE(
      'expected', ['Function', 'RegExp'], expected
    );
  }
  // Guard instanceof against arrow functions as they don't have a prototype.
  if (expected.prototype !== undefined && actual instanceof expected) {
    return true;
  }
  if (ObjectPrototypeIsPrototypeOf(Error, expected)) {
    return false;
  }
  return ReflectApply(expected, {}, [actual]) === true;
}
 
function expectsNoError(stackStartFn, actual, error, message) {
  if (actual === NO_EXCEPTION_SENTINEL)
    return;

  if (typeof error === 'string') {
    message = error;
    error = undefined;
  }

  if (!error || hasMatchingError(actual, error)) {
    const details = message ? `: ${message}` : '.';
    const fnType = stackStartFn.name === 'doesNotReject' ?
      'rejection' : 'exception';
    innerFail({
      actual,
      expected: error,
      operator: stackStartFn.name,
      message: `Got unwanted ${fnType}${details}\n` +
               `Actual message: "${actual && actual.message}"`,
      stackStartFn
    });
  }
  throw actual;
}
 
assert.throws = function throws(promiseFn, ...args) {
  expectsError(throws, getActual(promiseFn), ...args);
};
 
assert.rejects = async function rejects(promiseFn, ...args) {
  expectsError(rejects, await waitForActual(promiseFn), ...args);
};
 
assert.doesNotThrow = function doesNotThrow(fn, ...args) {
  expectsNoError(doesNotThrow, getActual(fn), ...args);
};
 
assert.doesNotReject = async function doesNotReject(fn, ...args) {
  expectsNoError(doesNotReject, await waitForActual(fn), ...args);
};
 
assert.ifError = function ifError(err) {
  if (err !== null && err !== undefined) {
    let message = 'ifError got unwanted exception: ';
    if (typeof err === 'object' && typeof err.message === 'string') {
      if (err.message.length === 0 && err.constructor) {
        message += err.constructor.name;
      } else {
        message += err.message;
      }
    } else {
      message += inspect(err);
    }

    const newErr = new AssertionError({
      actual: err,
      expected: null,
      operator: 'ifError',
      message,
      stackStartFn: ifError
    });

    // Make sure we actually have a stack trace!
    const origStack = err.stack;

    if (typeof origStack === 'string') {
      // This will remove any duplicated frames from the error frames taken
      // from within `ifError` and add the original error frames to the newly
      // created ones.
      const tmp2 = StringPrototypeSplit(origStack, '\n');
      ArrayPrototypeShift(tmp2);
      // Filter all frames existing in err.stack.
      let tmp1 = StringPrototypeSplit(newErr.stack, '\n');
      for (const errFrame of tmp2) {
        // Find the first occurrence of the frame.
        const pos = ArrayPrototypeIndexOf(tmp1, errFrame);
        if (pos !== -1) {
          // Only keep new frames.
          tmp1 = ArrayPrototypeSlice(tmp1, 0, pos);
          break;
        }
      }
      newErr.stack =
        `${ArrayPrototypeJoin(tmp1, '\n')}\n${ArrayPrototypeJoin(tmp2, '\n')}`;
    }

    throw newErr;
  }
};
 
function internalMatch(string, regexp, message, fn) {
  if (!isRegExp(regexp)) {
    throw new ERR_INVALID_ARG_TYPE(
      'regexp', 'RegExp', regexp
    );
  }
  const match = fn.name === 'match';
  if (typeof string !== 'string' ||
      RegExpPrototypeTest(regexp, string) !== match) {
    if (message instanceof Error) {
      throw message;
    }

    const generatedMessage = !message;

    // 'The input was expected to not match the regular expression ' +
    message = message || (typeof string !== 'string' ?
      'The "string" argument must be of type string. Received type ' +
        `${typeof string} (${inspect(string)})` :
      (match ?
        'The input did not match the regular expression ' :
        'The input was expected to not match the regular expression ') +
          `${inspect(regexp)}. Input:\n\n${inspect(string)}\n`);
    const err = new AssertionError({
      actual: string,
      expected: regexp,
      message,
      operator: fn.name,
      stackStartFn: fn
    });
    err.generatedMessage = generatedMessage;
    throw err;
  }
}
 
assert.match = function match(string, regexp, message) {
  internalMatch(string, regexp, message, match);
};
 
assert.doesNotMatch = function doesNotMatch(string, regexp, message) {
  internalMatch(string, regexp, message, doesNotMatch);
};
 
assert.CallTracker = CallTracker;
 
// Expose a strict only variant of assert
function strict(...args) {
  innerOk(strict, args.length, ...args);
}
assert.strict = ObjectAssign(strict, assert, {
  equal: assert.strictEqual,
  deepEqual: assert.deepStrictEqual,
  notEqual: assert.notStrictEqual,
  notDeepEqual: assert.notDeepStrictEqual
});
assert.strict.strict = assert.strict;