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Hi there,
I am testing a function that create a fileOutputStream in the body of the function.
This the simple example I wrote just to show my problem.

Here is my class:

Using EasyMock I test this way



I am getting an assertionError because 2 differents FileOutputStream are getting created. This make sense to me, but I am not sure how to sole this issue.
Any help would be appreciated. Aslo I cannot pass the fileoutputstream to the getFileName() function because that interface is already defined and I can changed it...

Error is here:



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Lyane,
Welcome to CodeRanch!

Have you looked into argument matchers? They let you redefine equality in any way you want.
 
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