If you type an identifier name, the result is the value which that variable currently has in the running script. If you type a function name, the result is the value that the function returns. Any function that you specify must return a value, and must be in scope at the current line.

Properties and methods for a class are valid in expressions, as long as the declaration for the class they belong to is included in one of the modules used by the script being debugged.

If an expression evaluates to a complex value, like an array, Silk Test Classic might display its result in collapsed form. To expand or collapse the display, click View > Expand Data and View > Collapse Data in the Silk Test Classic menu or double-click the plus (+) icon.

When a script reaches a breakpoint, you can evaluate expressions.