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Actual Value in User Code

Last updated: 2019-10-02
Question:

When I have an expected result in user code, the report only shows matched or fail. When it fails I need to know the actual value of the result.

Answer:

There is an undocumented test harness function which allows this to happen. As an example we have in file uut.c the function func() which is stubbed.

int func(int p);
and an unstubbed function func2()
int func2()
{
  return …;
}

For the test case to pass, p must be the same as the value returned from func2(). We write expected value user code.

char actual[20];
int value = <<uut.func.p>>;
sprintf(actual, "%d", value );
vCAST_UC_WRITE_EXPECTED( "",

  "<<uut.testfunc.p>> == func2() return",
  func2() == value,

  actual);

 
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2019-10-02
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