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MockDialogInterface

public class MockDialogInterface
extends Object implements DialogInterface

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.test.mock.MockDialogInterface


This class was deprecated in API level 24.
Use a mocking framework like Mockito. New tests should be written using the Android Testing Support Library.

A mock DialogInterface class. All methods are non-functional and throw UnsupportedOperationException. Override it to provide the operations that you need.

Summary

Inherited constants

From interface android.content.DialogInterface

Public constructors

MockDialogInterface()

Public methods

void cancel()

Cancels the dialog, invoking the DialogInterface.OnCancelListener.

void dismiss()

Dismisses the dialog, invoking the DialogInterface.OnDismissListener.

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object
From interface android.content.DialogInterface

Public constructors

MockDialogInterface

added in API level 1
MockDialogInterface ()

Public methods

cancel

added in API level 1
void cancel ()

Cancels the dialog, invoking the DialogInterface.OnCancelListener.

The DialogInterface.OnDismissListener may also be called if cancellation dismisses the dialog.

dismiss

added in API level 1
void dismiss ()

Dismisses the dialog, invoking the DialogInterface.OnDismissListener.

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