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Coverage.GetSequencePointsFor

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public static CoveredSequencePoint[] GetSequencePointsFor(MethodBase method);

Parameters

methodThe method to get the sequence points for.

Returns

CoveredSequencePoint[] Array of sequence points.

Description

Returns the coverage sequence points for the method you specify. See CoveredSequencePoint for more information about the coverage data this method returns.

using UnityEngine;
using UnityEngine.TestTools;
using System.Reflection;

public class CoverageClass { // A simple test method to get coverage information from. // If the method is called with incrementValue set to true, // the method will have complete coverage. If incrementValue // is false, the coverage will be incomplete. public int CoveredMethod(bool incrementValue) { int value = 0; if (incrementValue) { value++; }

return value; } }

public class CoverageExample : MonoBehaviour { void Start() { // Create an instance of the test class and call the test method // to make sure the method has had some coverage. Note in this example, // we're passing false into the method to make sure the coverage // is incomplete. CoverageClass coverageClasss = new CoverageClass(); int value = coverageClasss.CoveredMethod(false);

// Use reflection to get the MethodBase for CoverageClass.CoveredMethod MethodBase coveredMethodBase = typeof(CoverageClass).GetMethod("CoveredMethod"); // And get the sequence points for the method. CoveredSequencePoint[] sequencePoints = Coverage.GetSequencePointsFor(coveredMethodBase);

for (int i = 0; i < sequencePoints.Length; i++) { Debug.Log("File: " + sequencePoints[i].filename); Debug.Log("Method Name: " + sequencePoints[i].method.ToString()); Debug.Log("Line: " + sequencePoints[i].line + " Column: " + sequencePoints[i].column); Debug.Log(" IL Offset: " + sequencePoints[i].ilOffset + " Hit Count: " + sequencePoints[i].hitCount); } } }