EdMadden wrote:Good Afternoon.
Script debugging is my question:
What can eValid do to help me correct a script if there is an error?
Thanks for posting EdMadden.
To begin with, the way eValid is structured a supplied script is first given a pre-analysis to convert it from external (human readable) form into the internal table which is used at playback time.
Any command that is found to be syntactically incorrect is ignored.
And it is not put into proper playback mode.
This may seem brutal but when scripts are most of the time generated by eValid, so they are correct syntactically when they are generated, so the extra checking is really not necessary.
Unless a human user get the editing wrong and in that case...for safety it is best to ignore such a script.
It may help to check this manual page: http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... tests.html
Hope this helps.
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