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EasyMock example source code file (

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Java - EasyMock tags/keywords

character, character, equals, equals, iargumentmatcher, object, object, override, override, string, unsupportedoperationexception

The EasyMock source code

 * Copyright (c) 2001-2007 OFFIS, Tammo Freese.
 * This program is made available under the terms of the MIT License.
package org.easymock.internal.matchers;

import org.easymock.IArgumentMatcher;

public class Equals implements IArgumentMatcher {

    private final Object expected;

    public Equals(Object expected) {
        this.expected = expected;

    public boolean matches(Object actual) {
        if (this.expected == null) {
            return actual == null;
        return expected.equals(actual);

    public void appendTo(StringBuffer buffer) {

    private void appendQuoting(StringBuffer buffer) {
        if (expected instanceof String) {
        } else if (expected instanceof Character) {

    protected final Object getExpected() {
        return expected;

    public boolean equals(Object o) {
        if (o == null || !this.getClass().equals(o.getClass()))
            return false;
        Equals other = (Equals) o;
        return this.expected == null && other.expected == null
                || this.expected != null
                && this.expected.equals(other.expected);

    public int hashCode() {
        throw new UnsupportedOperationException("hashCode() is not supported");


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