asserted, past participle; asserts, 3rd person singular present; asserting, present participle; asserted, past tense;
State a fact or belief confidently and forcefully
the company asserts that the cuts will not affect development
he asserted his innocence
“I don't know why she came,” he asserted
Cause others to recognize (one's authority or a right) by confident and forceful behavior
the good librarian is able to assert authority when required
Behave or speak in a confident and forceful manner
it was time to assert himself
affirm: to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true; "Before God I swear I am innocent"
insist on having one's opinions and rights recognized; "Women should assert themselves more!"
insist: assert to be true; "The letter asserts a free society"
(asserted) confidently declared to be so; "the asserted value of the painting"
(asserting) declarative: relating to the use of or having the nature of a declaration
In computer programming, an assertion is a predicate (for example a true–false statement) placed in a program to indicate that the developer thinks that the predicate is always true at that place.
Assert (1979–1995) was an Irish Thoroughbred racehorse who won four Group One races. Impeccably bred by Walter Haefner's Moyglare Stud, he was purchased and raced by Britain's then leading owner, Robert Sangster.
(Assertions (auditing)) In a financial audit, management assertions or financial statement assertions is the set of information that the preparer of financial statements (management) is providing to another party. Financial statements represent a very complex and interrelated set of assertions. ...
an assert statement; a section of source code which tests whether an expected condition is true; To declare with assurance or plainly and strongly; to state positively; To use or exercise and thereby prove the existence of; To maintain or defend, as a cause or a claim, by words or measures; to ...
(asserted) stated, declared or alleged, especially with confidence but no proof
(assertion) A component of a regular expression that must be true for the pattern to match but does not necessarily match any characters itself. Often used specifically to mean a zero width assertion.
(assertion) A logical expression specifying a program state that must exist or a set of conditions that program variables must satisfy at a particular point during program execution.
(assertion) A piece of data, transmitted in an XML document, that contains authorization and authentication information about a user. The assertion is used to facilitate secure business transactions.
(ASSERTION) a statement that is debatable, as opposed to fact. Sometimes it is explicitly stated while sometimes it is implicit.
(Assertion) A declaration or claim. Typically, when the term assertion is used in conjection with privilege management it tends to connote a claim formatted with a particular formal syntax. ...
(Assertion) A method that will pass or fail the test method if certain conditions are met. The most basic assertion is the familiar assert_equal. If the two objects passed to assert_equal are not equal, then the assertion will fail, which causes the test to fail. ...
(Assertion) A statement that something should be true. In xUnit-style Test Automation Frameworks, this is realized as an Assertion Method that fails when the actual outcome passed to it does not match the expected outcome.
(Assertion) A statement that the author/speaker believes to be true. (See “Claim.”)
(Assertion) A statement within an Argument that supports or refutes its parent.
(Assertion) Any expression which is claimed to be true. [W3C definition source]
(Assertion) Marathon’s terminology for a check point in a test script.
(Assertion) Stating an opinion as a fact
(Assertion) Strong claims about the truth of something.
(Assertion) The identity information provided by an Identity Provider to a Service Provider.