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    Question PHPUnit: Calling methods inside dataprovider

    Is there anyway I can call a method within the dataprovider method? I tried doing it but the value passed from the dataProvider to the testAdd() method won't just pass. How do I do this?

    PS: I do not want to call this from setUp() or setUpBeforeClass(), any way out?


    PHP Code:
    <?php
    class DataTest extends PHPUnit_Framework_TestCase
    {
        
    /**
         * @dataProvider additionProvider
         */
        
    public function testAdd($a$b$expected$someValue)
        {
            echo 
    $someValue;
            
    $this->assertEquals($expected$a $b);
        }

        public function 
    additionProvider()
        {
            
    $someValue $this->doSomething();

            return array(
              array(
    000$someValue),
              array(
    011$someValue),
              array(
    101$someValue),
              array(
    113$someValue)
            );
        }

        protected function 
    doSomething(){

          return 
    6;

        }
    }
    ?>

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    I’m not sure echo is the appropriate method to test a value in PHPUnit. (var_dump() / error_log() should work better). but since it is PHPUnit, why don’t you make an assertion test?
    PHP Code:
        /** 
         * @dataProvider additionProvider 
         */ 
        
    public function testDoSomething($a$b$expected$someValue
        { 
            
    $this->assertEquals($this->doSomething(), $someValue); 
        } 
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