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Can SilkTest Classic testcases be called by using their name strings?

Can SilkTest Classic testcases be called by using their name strings?

This is achievable by using the @ operator to call these testcase names. By specifying this in a main function, all the testcase names specified will be called.

[ ] string sText
[-] main ()
    [ ] sText = "one"
    [ ] @ (sText) ()

[-] testcase one () appstate none
    [ ] Taskbar.Start.Click ()
[-] testcase two () appstate none
    [ ] print ("Hi")

Please note: all these testcases must be specified in the *.t file you are using. The example above will only execute testcase one. To run a main function please select run - run.

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