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I am new to TypeMock and I have been following the examples in the user manual for creating C# unit tests. I am trying to mock a static function
ClassFoo.Func1(int k)which returns an array of doubles.

double[] x = new double[]{2.45, 5.667};
int index = 567;
using (RecordExpectations recorder = RecorderManager.StartRecording() {

recorder.ExpectAndReturn(ClassFoo.Func1(index), x);


When I debug the test when the line "recorder.ExpectAndReturn(ClassFoo.Func1(index), x)" is executed, the execution goes into Func1 (which I am trying to mock) and throws an exception since the actual function has several uninitialized objects in it. Should I do something more to mock static functions ?

I am using TypeMock.NET version 4.1.00
asked by wavelet (600 points)

2 Answers

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Hi wavelet, and welcome to the wonderful world of Typemock!

First, I would suggest moving to a recent version. 5.3 is out and there's a lot that we added, fixed and made easier over time. The AAA syntax, for example makes tests much more easier to write.

As for your question, I need more input. Does the exception happen when you're not debugging as well? Please post the entire exception message, so we can investigate better.

Static methods are not different than instance methods for Isolator. You're using it correctly, so with your help, we can solve this quickly.

answered by gilz (14.5k points)
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Is this still an issue, or did Gil's post point you in the right direction? Please let us know.

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answered by doron (17.2k points)