To locate a bug in your code you can divide the script into discrete functions and debug each function separately. One way
to do this is with the following commands on the
- Step Into
- Step through the function one line at a time, executing the current line in the active script or in a file that is called
by the active script. This action is available only if the execution has stopped at a breakpoint. If the current line contains
a function call, control passes into the function and the execution stops at the first statement in the function.
- Step Over
- Speed up debugging if you know a particular function is bug-free, executing the current line of code in the active script
or in a file that is called by the active script, without stepping into any functions called by the current line. The execution
stops at the next statement. This action is available only if the execution has stopped at a breakpoint.
- Finish Function
- Execute the script until the current function returns.
Silk Test Classic sets the focus at the line where the function returns. Try using
Finish Function in combination with
Step Into to step into a function and then run it.