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Hi - I have read that it is not possible to mock constructors, is that correct?
In some cases, I'd like to be able to "isolate" a class and alter the behaviour of one or more constructors.
Also, when using "isolate", is it possible to dictate which constructor is called?
asked by xdzgor (3.3k points)

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Hi Peter,

I am not sure that i understand your first 2 questions, can you provide some example?

Regarding the last question, you can select constructor to be called when faking an instance.

For example, to fake all besides the constructor and pass it values 100, "Foo" do:
var fake = Isolate.Fake.Instance<Person>(Members.ReturnRecursiveFakes, ConstructorWillBe.Called, 100, "Foo"); 
answered by yoel (1.9k points)