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I'm calling same method twice but returning different value on each call.

Reader reader = new Reader();
Isolate.WhenCalled(() => reader.ReadValue()).WillReturn(1);
Isolate.WhenCalled(() => reader.ReadValue()).WillReturn(2);

Problem is that the first call already returns the number 2. Am I missing something?

I'm using TypeMock Isolator 5.1.1.0
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Hi,

What you're trying to do, sequenced behavior, was introduced in version 5.2.
Time to upgrade :lol:
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Thanks. I was expecting that. I guess that there are other similar kind of issues also so it's definitely time to upgrade.
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