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How exactly works Spring JUnit test that uses stubs?

You got it.

Most of the time, you don't create a Stub class explicitely though, but use a mocking framework like Mockito which creates it, dynamically, for you. For example:

AccountRepository stub =
authenticator = new AuthenticatorImpl(stub);

Account(“lisa”, “secret”));

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