public class ReturnsSmartNulls extends Object implements Answer<Object>, Serializable
This implementation can be helpful when working with legacy code. Unstubbed methods often return null. If your code uses the object returned by an unstubbed call you get a NullPointerException. This implementation of Answer returns SmartNulls instead of nulls. SmartNull gives nicer exception message than NPE because it points out the line where unstubbed method was called. You just click on the stack trace.
ReturnsSmartNulls first tries to return ordinary return values (see
ReturnsMoreEmptyValues) then it tries to return SmartNull. If the
return type is not mockable (e.g. final) then ordinary null is returned.
ReturnsSmartNulls will be probably the default return values strategy in Mockito 2.0
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