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File: test/DivisionTest.php
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Class: PHP Calculator
Calculate the result of multiple math operations
Author: By
Last change: resolve error ( and sin( in same term
Date: 10 months ago
Size: 1,537 bytes
 

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<?php declare(strict_types=1);
use
PHPUnit\Framework\TestCase;
    use
Taschenrechner\Classes\Calculator;
    use
Taschenrechner\Classes\Operationen\Division;
    use
Taschenrechner\Classes\Concatinator;
   
require_once(
dirname(__FILE__)."/../vendor/autoload.php");
require_once
"init.php";
final class
DivisionTest extends TestCase
{
    private
$operation;
    private
$concatinator;
    private
$calculator;
    private
$stub;
    protected function
setUp(): void
   
{
       
$this->calculator = $this->createMock(Calculator::class);
       
$this->concatinator = $this->createMock(Concatinator::class);
    }
   

   
    public function
addTermProvider() {
        return array(
           
"Term 20 / 2 equals 10" => array(array(20,"/", 2),"20/2" ,"10"),
           
"Term 20 / 2 / 2 equals 10/2" => array(array(20,"/", 2,"/", 2),"20/2/2" ,"10/2"),
           
"Term 0 / 2 equals 0" => array(array(0,"/", 2),"0/2" ,"0"),
           
        );
    }

   
/**
     * @dataProvider addTermProvider
     */
   
public function testTerm($concatinatedValues, $term, $expected)
    {
       
$this->operation = new Division($this->calculator, $this->concatinator);
       
$this->concatinator->method('concatinateArray')->willReturn($concatinatedValues);
       
       
$this->assertSame($expected, $this->operation->findAndCalculateTerm($term, (new Init())->operations()));

    }

    protected function
tearDown(): void
   
{
       
$this->calculator = NULL;
       
$this->concatinator = NULL;

    }
  
}