argThat #

The argThat argument matcher in Mockito lets you create advanced argument matchers that run a function on passed arguments, and checks if the function returns true.

If you have a complicated class that can’t be easily checked using .equals(), a custom matcher can be a useful tool.

`when`( { engine -> engine.dieselEngine })

MockK has a similar argument matcher called match. Just like argThat, you can pass a lambda in that returns a boolean.

every { { engine -> engine.dieselEngine })
} returns true

MockK also lets you use coroutines with match. Just replace the function with coMatch, then pass a suspend function lambda in. See Coroutines and suspend functions for more details.

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