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I have a method say
funcA( Object1 1, Object2 2)
1.x = GetSum(List<Objects>,x);

2.y = 100 * 10;

//some more processing on these objects

Then, when should I create Isolate.Fake.Instance<Object1>() or use the actual businee object like object1 obj = new object1(); obj.x = 10....and set values for the other objects as well.
asked by ankita (600 points)

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Hi Ankita,

In general, You shouldn't fake objects that you want to test, you should fake their dependencies.

In this specific case, If you want to test Class Object1- you need to create an actual object.

What is it you are trying to test?
answered by NofarC (4k points)