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Re: [QF-Test] Randomly call a procedure
Hi Daniel! In QF-Test's standard library "qfs.qft", you find a procedure named "qfs.utils.random.getNumberFromRange" . You can use this method to assign a random number to a variable and then use an if..else construct to call your procedures. QF-Test's standard library qfs.qft is included in every testsuite. It is placed at .../qftest/qftest-$(version)/include/qfs.qft and can be directly inspected with QF-Test. For more detailed information about the library, please see https://www.qfs.de/en/qftest/stdlib.html Sincerely, Pascal Bihler -------- Original Message --------
I have two procedures that I want to randomly call in a test case I am working on. Is there an easy way to do something like this?
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