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I have an interface with a method that expects an array of Foo:

public interface IBar {

  void doStuff(Foo[] arr);

}

I am mocking this interface using Mockito, and I'd like to assert that doStuff() is called, but I don't want to validate what argument are passed - "don't care".

How do I write the following code using any(), the generic method, instead of anyObject()?

IBar bar = mock(IBar.class);

...

verify(bar).doStuff((Foo[]) anyObject());

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This should work

import static org.mockito.ArgumentMatchers.any;

import static org.mockito.Mockito.verify;

verify(bar).DoStuff(any(Foo[].class));

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