Mock without specifying ALL optional parameters?

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Phillip Haydon

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Jun 10, 2015, 6:20:36 AM6/10/15
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How can I setup a mock and verify that the method was called when not all parameters are supplied?

Given:

Load<T>(object id, params Expression<Func<T, object>>[] includePath)

Where params makes it optional, I can't verify the call without specifying the 2nd argument. 

Zelalem

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Jun 10, 2015, 3:55:36 PM6/10/15
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Phillip,
You can use It.IsAny<> to ignore supplying any specific parameter value or use lamda expression with it to create the mocked expression. 

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