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Within a generated data-driven testscript: Why is the following line: use "filename.t" inserted?

Within a generated data-driven testscript: Why is the following line: use "filename.t" inserted?

In regards to the

use filename.t

statement, this is required as it references back to the original test script from which the dynamically created datadriven testscript "filename.g.t" is generated from.

If the test script is relatively simple then you may be able to successfully comment out the

use filename.t

line however if filename.t contains other internal methods, other use statements or declarations not held within a testscript yet relied apon by the testscript, then the use statement must be included.


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