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Class: matlab.mock.PropertyBehavior
Package: matlab.mock

Construct object to define mock property get behavior


getBehavior = get(behavior)


getBehavior = get(behavior) constructs a PropertyGetBehavior object to define mock property get behavior. Typically you use the get method to construct the PropertyGetBehavior implicitly when you define mock behavior.

Input Arguments

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Behavior of the mock, specified as a matlab.mock.PropertyBehavior instance. To create an instance of matlab.mock.PropertyBehavior, access a property of the behavior object.

Example: myMockBehavior.MyProperty


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Create a mock for a person class with a Name property.

testCase = matlab.mock.TestCase.forInteractiveUse;
[mock,behavior] = testCase.createMock('AddedProperties',"Name");

Create a PropertyGetBehavior and set up the behavior. The mock returns "David" when you get the value of the Name property.

getBehavior = get(behavior.Name);

Alternatively, you can create the PropertyGetBehavior object implicitly with the behavior definition.


Access the Name property.

name = mock.Name
name = 

Introduced in R2017a