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Re: [QF-Test] Passing arrays to procedure

  • Subject: Re: [QF-Test] Passing arrays to procedure
  • From: Ivan Boelle <ivan.boelle@?.com>
  • Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2011 10:12:53 +0100
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Thanks for the tip, it will do the trick :)

But my comment was more like a "feature request".
What I would need is to be able to specify a variable as an array and a new "Data-driver" which would be "Array loop".

This would be easier to use rather than introducing scripts everywhere.

Best regards,

Ivan Boelle

INT, Interactive Network Technologies

On Thu, Feb 17, 2011 at 6:31 PM, Robert Lahmer, QFS support <support@?.de> wrote:

Hello Ghada, Ivan

as long as you only need a simple array (with ints and strings) as parameter, you may pass it as a string and parse that string inside the procedure like so:

+Call procedure: WithArrayParam([1, "two", 3, "four"])

+Procedure WithArrayParam
 +Server script: Parse arr
  def createList(arr):
      if arr:
          return eval(arr)
      return []
  values = createList(rc.lookup("arr"))
  for v in values:
      print v

Best regards,

--On Donnerstag, Februar 17, 2011 14:26:19 +0100 Ivan Boelle <ivan.boelle@?.com> wrote:


I would be interested in passing parameters to a procedure as an array
too. And then to be able to iterate on that array.

For example I want to write a procedure which does "n" mouse click at some
given coordinates.
The number of mouse clicks (and coordinates) are variable.

Something like this:

Procedure declaration:
doXClick(xCoordinatesArray, yCoordinateArray)

-> loop ("counter is: " i, "iterate: " $[len($(xCoordinateArray))]
"times") -->MouseClick($[$(xCoordinateArray)[i]],

Procedure call:

call doXClick( xCoordinatesArray = ${0,1,5}, yCoordinatesArray = ${5,2,1})

Ivan Boelle
INT, Interactive Network Technologies

On Wed, Feb 16, 2011 at 2:11 PM, ElSawy, Ghada


How could I pass an array to a procedure and then use this array in a SUT
script inside the procedure??


Ghada El-Sawy

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