Enables or disables mocking of a function.
The MOCK macro will instruct the framework to replace all function calls to function with function calls to mock. Unlike the ALLOW_MOCK and EXPECT_MOCK macros, the mock is in effect throughout execution of all tests, or until the mocking of the function are deactivated.
During execution of the mock function all mocking of function are disabled, so it is possible for the mock function to call function.
The mock can be replaced by subsequent calls to MOCK or deactivated if the function is mocked by 0. Only the last mock setup for function is active.
If function are not present in unit the default mock will be called. The default mock will return 0.
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