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Just Enough Software Test Automation by Bruce A. Posey, Daniel J. Mosley

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Using Library or Include Files (*.sbh and *.sbl Files in Rational Robot)

You should have noticed by now that at the beginning of each of our scripts there is a line that looks like '$Include: "DataDriven.sbh" or '$Include: "global.sbh" or sometimes a combination of two or more. There is fairly detailed information in the SQABasic help files (from Rational) regarding the use of include files. The $Include value is a metacommand. The SQABasic help files in Rational Suite Test Studio state that a metacommand is a command that gives the compiler instructions on how to build the program. In SQABasic, metacommands are specified in comments that begin with a dollar sign ($). The apostrophe (') indicates a comment, so '$ specifies a metacommand. '$Include ...

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