RE: [Moq] Linq to Mocks return null

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Vicenç Garcia

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Feb 13, 2014, 1:38:22 PM2/13/14
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Try creating a variable, assign it to null, and use it in the mock.

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From: Jozef Krchňavý
Sent: ‎13/‎02/‎2014 18:31
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Subject: [Moq] Linq to Mocks return null

Hello,
is it possible to mock null as return value using Linq to Mocks?

something like this:

public class IMyClass
{
  string MyMethod(int a);
}

// following line doesn't work:
var mock = Mock.Of<IMyClass>(c=> c.MyMethod(5) == null);

// neither this one
var mock = Mock.Of<IMyClass>(c=> c.MyMethod(5) == (string)null);

// only without Linq to Mocks
var mock = new Mock<IMyClass>();

mock.Setup(m=>m.MyMethod(5)).Returns((string)null);

Thank you!
Jozef

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Daniel Cazzulino

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Feb 18, 2014, 1:29:36 PM2/18/14
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Sounds like this should be supported. Can you create an issue in github please? (Moq4 project)

/kzu from mobile

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