`fun Expect<Float>.toBeWithErrorTolerance(expected: Float, tolerance: Float): Expect<Float>`

(source)
Expects that the subject of `this`

expectation (a Float) is equal to expected with an error tolerance
(range including bounds).

In detail, It compares the absolute difference between the subject and expected; as long as it is less than or equal the tolerance the assertion holds; otherwise it fails. A more mathematical way of expressing the assertion is the following inequality:

| `subject of `

this` expectation`

- expected | ≤ tolerance

```
expect(12.001F).toBeWithErrorTolerance(12.0F, 0.01F)
fails {
expect(12.1F).toBeWithErrorTolerance(12.0F, 0.01F)
}
```

**Return**

an Expect for the subject of `this`

expectation.

`fun Expect<Double>.toBeWithErrorTolerance(expected: Double, tolerance: Double): Expect<Double>`

(source)
Expects that the subject of `this`

expectation (a Double) is equal to expected with an error tolerance
(range including bounds).

In detail, It compares the absolute difference between the subject and expected; as long as it is less than or equal the tolerance the assertion holds; otherwise it fails. A more mathematical way of expressing the assertion is the following inequality:

| `subject of `

this` expectation`

- expected | ≤ tolerance

```
expect(12.001).toBeWithErrorTolerance(12.0, 0.01)
fails {
expect(12.1).toBeWithErrorTolerance(12.0, 0.01)
}
```

**Return**

an Expect for the subject of `this`

expectation.

`fun <T : BigDecimal> Expect<T>.toBeWithErrorTolerance(expected: BigDecimal, tolerance: BigDecimal): Expect<T>`

(source)
Expects that the subject of `this`

expectation is equal to expected with an error tolerance
(range including bounds).

In detail, It compares the absolute difference between the subject and expected; as long as it is less than or equal the tolerance the assertion holds; otherwise it fails. A more mathematical way of expressing the assertion is the following inequality:

| `subject of `

this` expectation`

- expected | ≤ tolerance

**Return**

an Expect for the subject of `this`

expectation.