How to use 'tohavetextcontent' in JavaScript

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526function isTextContentEqual(elementOrSelector, expectedText, message, root) {
527 const host = getNode(elementOrSelector, root);
528 const actualText = host && getVisibleText((void 0), host, true);
529 if (actualText !== expectedText) {
530 innerFail({
531 actual: actualText,
532 expected: expectedText,
533 message,
534 operator: '==',
535 stackStartFn: isTextContentEqual
536 });
537 }
538}
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62async isInnerTextEqualTo(text: string): Promise<boolean> {
63 return (await this.innerText) === text;
64}

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