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I was just wondering how to write the reflective statement...

WebRequest request = MockManager.MockObject(typeof (WebRequest)).Object;

... in Natural TypeMocks?
(WebRequest is an abstract class, and as such has no public constructor)
asked by M. Johansson (2.2k points)

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What you're looking for is:


Let me know if it works out.
answered by gilz (14.5k points)