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package org.unitils.mock.argumentmatcher.impl;
import static org.unitils.mock.argumentmatcher.ArgumentMatcher.MatchResult.NO_MATCH;
import static org.unitils.mock.argumentmatcher.ArgumentMatcher.MatchResult.SAME;

A matcher that will check whether an argument is the same instance (object identical) as the given value.

Author(s):
Kenny Claes
Filip Neven
Tim Ducheyne
public class SameArgumentMatcher implements ArgumentMatcher {
    /* The expected value */
    private final Object value;


    
Creates a matcher for the given value.

Parameters:
value The expected value
    public SameArgumentMatcher(Object value) {
        this. = value;
    }


    
Returns true if the given object matches the expected argument, false otherwise. The argumentAtInvocationTime is a copy (deep clone) of the arguments at the time of the invocation. This way the original values can still be used later-on even when changes occur to the original values (pass-by-value vs pass-by-reference).

Parameters:
argument The argument that were used by reference, not null
argumentAtInvocationTime Copy of the argument, taken at the time that the invocation was performed, not null
Returns:
The match result, not null
    public MatchResult matches(Object argumentObject argumentAtInvocationTime) {
        if ( == argument) {
            return ;
        }
        return ;
    }
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