Returns the integer mock parameter
The MOCK_VALUE returns the mock parameter assigned to the mock function by the currently executing test. It is possible to cast this value to any type. When casting to a floating point, use the macro MOCK_VALUE_FP to avoid losing the fractional part.
The test will assign this value using the optional parameter to the macros ALLOW or EXPECT. If this is a floating point value, this macro will return its integer equivalent.
If the macro are used in a mock, that was setup using the EXPECT_MOCK macro wihtout the optional parameter, it will return zero.
All simulation values are stored as floating point numbers. In order to remain backward compatible
with earlier versions of testape, this macro is implemented as an int wrapper for the default
floating point version, e.g.
The value of this macro is undefined, unless it is called within a mock.
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