notOk( state [, message ] )

A boolean check, inverse of ok() and CommonJS’s assert.ok(), and equivalent to JUnit’s assertFalse(). Passes if the first argument is falsy.

name description
state Expression being tested
message (string) A short description of the assertion

Description

notOk() requires just one argument. If the argument evaluates to false, the assertion passes; otherwise, it fails. If a second message argument is provided, it will be displayed in place of the result.

Examples:

QUnit.test( "notOk test", function( assert ) {
  assert.notOk( false, "false succeeds" );
  assert.notOk( "", "empty string succeeds" );
  assert.notOk( NaN, "NaN succeeds" );
  assert.notOk( null, "null succeeds" );
  assert.notOk( undefined, "undefined succeeds" );

  assert.notOk( true, "true fails" );
  assert.notOk( 1, "1 fails" );
  assert.notOk( "not-empty", "not-empty string fails" );
});