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Simon Leung
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Any idea what's the mock code in attached file mean ? What does x in #2 perform ?

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On the Moq, ".Verify" checks that a method has been called on the Mock object
Unit tests are generally arranged into three distinct sections: Arrange, Act and Assert.  Here is your test separated into those sections:
public void GetAll_NoCondition_ReturnsAllAudioBooks()
    // Arrange
    var audioServiceMock = new Mock<IAudioBookService>();
    var apiController = new AudioBookApiController(audioServiceMock.Object);

    // Act
    apiController.Get(); // Call the apiController Get method passing no parameters

    // Assert
    audioServiceMock.Verify(x => x.GetAll()); // Verify that the GetAll method on the mocked IAudioBookService was called

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