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Hey guys,

Say I have this piece of code ( class "AnExample"):

  public class AnExample


        private string SomePrivateField;

        private int SomeOtherPrivateField= 0;

 public ClassUnderTest()


            SomePrivateField = "Blablabla";



I want to fake the instance of "SomePrivateField" and make it return "Hello!" rather than "Blablabla". How do I do it?

When I try with Isolate.Fake.Instance<AnExample> the test fails with the message that the actual output is "Blablabla" and not "Hello!". Any insights?

asked by Sonya_g (640 points)
edited by Sonya_g

1 Answer

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Something like this works for me:

var example = new AnExample();
Isolate.NonPublic.InstanceField(example, \"_privateString\").Value = \"Bar\";            Assert.AreEqual(\"Bar\", example.GetMessage());
answered by petermorlion (640 points)