eq #

By default, Mockito verifies argument values by using the equals() method, which corresponds to == in Kotlin.

verify(mock.containsAll(listOf("a", "b"), true))

However, once argument matchers like any() are used, then the eq argument matcher must be used for literal values.

verify(mock.containsAll(eq(listOf("a", "b")), anyBoolean()))

In MockK, eq is always used as the default argument matcher. You can mix literal values with any without issue.

verify { mock.containsAll(listOf("a", "b", any())) }


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