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public class class1
{
private class2 c2;

public class1()
{
c2 = new class2();
c2.EventReceived += new c2.NotifyEventReceived(this.OnEventReceived);
}

private void OnEventReceived(int a){}
}

public class class2
{
public delegate void NotifyEventReceived(int a);
public event NotifyEventReceived EventReceived;

public class2(){}

}

[Test]
public void test()
{
MockManager.Init();
Mock mockClass2 = MockManager.Mock(typeof(class2));

class1 c1 = new class1();

MockManager.Verify();

}

May i know how to expect call the delegate function - c2.EventReceived += new c2.NotifyEventReceived(this.OnEventReceived); Thankss.. Any idea for it?
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3 Answers

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If you search the forum for event you would find Checking EventHandlers
answered by (32k points)
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Hi scott,

I have read the forum. I still don't really understand. why the expect call is "add_Click" instead of "buttonTest_Click"?
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Let's say add another function in class 2 to call the EventReceived. Eg,

public void callEventReceive(int a)
{
if(EventReceived != null)
{
EventReceived(a);
}
}

May i know how to call the callEventReceive in class2 in order to fire the OnEventReceived in class1 for testing the code inside? Thanksss.
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