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You will have to manually code the "is in the range test". Something like; assert(timesStamp + offset < maxlimit & timesStamp - offset > minlit) Basically any logic that can be true or false.


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This example shows how to work with events in Hardhat in general, and it includes a test that illustrates some scenarios. The tl;dr is that, given a contract like this one: contract EventEmitter { event MyEventWithData(uint, string); function emitMyEventWithData(uint x, string calldata s) public { emit MyEventWithData(x, s); } } You can check it ...


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When you send ETH, the value is the amount in Wei, from the msg.sender, so no need to pass amount and from. You can try this contract DepositPool { mapping(address => uint256) public userBalance; function makeDeposit() public payable { require(msg.value > 0, "Must input amount to deposit"); userBalance[msg.sender] += ...


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Since a signer can be a Wallet, VoidSigner or JsonRpcSigner, you can use the jsonRpcProvider.getSigner( [ addressOrIndex ] ) which returns a JsonRpcSigner.


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First the test contract will need to have some initial balance balance. To achieve that define a public uint named initialBalance with the required amount. For other details read the section Testing ether transactions. contract TestTicketsRoutes { // Truffle will send the TestContract one Ether after deploying the contract. uint public initialBalance ...


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Finally I found the solution replacing delegatecall with call. Solution (inheriting from OpenZeppelin's Proxy) //SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0 pragma solidity ^0.8.0; import {Proxy} from "@openzeppelin/contracts/proxy/Proxy.sol"; /** * @dev This contract provides a fallback function that forwards all calls to another contract using the ...


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